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Complementary Injury Assessment – Contact our Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist (Biokineticist) today for a complementary 15 minute assessment / discussion about your injury:

Simon Maskell

BSc (Med)(Hons)
Exercise Science (Biokinetics)

M: +44 (0)7380285551

E: simon@maskellbio.co.uk

The Profession of Biokinetics

Biokinetics can be defined as the Science of Movement and the application of exercise in rehabilitative treatment and performance.

Biokinetics primary function is to improve physical functioning and health care through exercise as a modality.

Biokinetics is the profession concerned with health promotion, the maintenance of physical abilities, preventative health care, optimization of physical performance and exercise rehabilitation, by means of
scientifically-based physical activity/exercise programme prescription.

Treatment is administered for wellness, biomechanical and postural correction, orthopaedic injury prevention and rehabilitation, chronic disease management and cardiac rehabilitation.

A Biokineticist = An Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist

We use of a combination of exercises focused on improving:

- muscle strength,

- joint range of motion,

- muscle flexibility,

- core stability,

- proprioception,

- cardiovascular fitness

To manage, treat and rehabilitate patients with conditions such as:

- lower back pain,

- shoulder pain/instability,

- hip and pelvic instability,

- knee pain,

- foot and ankle injury,

- chronic disease

- cardiac conditions

- to improve general wellness

- and to improve sporting performance

For further information please visit: www.maskellbio.com

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