Movement Without Pain
My aim is to assist you with your current concerns and goals when we meet. Important questions need to be asked in how your pain influences your daily life. How does your pain make you feel? What enjoyable activities is it limiting? I use a mixture of manual and movement therapy to assist you to regain health and vitality, once more.
When different approaches to therapy are compared for effectiveness, the general agreement is that the perceived quality of the client-therapist relationship has the highest correlation with reported treatment success. The individual and not the problem is my focus, both in the clinic and outside of clinic.
I came to Ronnie with total uncertainty of what was causing tension and pain in my back , hips and knees.
As a coach I knew I had to go and get this resolved instead of just treating or masking pain.
Former long distance runner I presumed that I had bet myself up running so stopped.
Ronnie sat with me and worked through my history , helping me highlight traumas and injuries to the body I had even forgot about and never thought for one second the impact all of these have on our body long term.
I had always been self conscious about the external rotation of my legs and thought it would never be something that could be set right.
After 90 minutes of Ronnie investigating, bringing me through different movements and what was so important to me explaining to me how my body is working and reacting to the old traumas , I stood in front of the mirror to see amazingly my body had totally changed , leg alignment was so much better , tension and pain in hips and back gone.
Through talking with Ronnie after I understand this is not just a "fix".
Consistently looking after my body and working on the "homework" he gave me will help me bring flow to my body and movement.
As a coach and fitness centre owner I have recommended him to many clients but nothing matches experiencing his work with AIM ( anatomy in motion) first hand and his amazing way with individuals.
Looking forward to returning for more guidance in January.