Assisted Stretching At The Boxgrove Clinic

Assisted stretching is a therapy designed to improve your flexibility, your mobility, and your overall physical well-being. Unlike traditional static stretching, where an individual stretches their muscles independently, assisted stretching involves the assistance of a trained professional. It is a deeply satisfying therapy that can empower you to move with greater freedom and find comfort in your daily life.

An Introduction To Assisted Stretching

During assisted stretching, your therapist will help guide and support you through a series of controlled movements and stretches, targeting specific muscle groups and joints. This collaborative approach allows for a deeper and more effective stretch, helping to release tension, alleviate muscle tightness, and enhance your range of motion. Assisted stretching can be customized to address your individual needs and is commonly used in sports rehabilitation, fitness training, and general wellness programs to promote flexibility and reduce the risk of injuries.

Assisted Stretching Pricing

Assisted Stretching

£5800
  • 50 mins (up to)

Assisted Stretching

£3600
  • 30 mins (up to)

A Team Approach

Your specific treatment plan will depend on your individual needs and goals. Our multi-disciplinary approach includes Specialist Physiotherapists, Soft Tissue Therapists, Rehab Specialists, Pilates Instructors and Personal Trainers who work collaboratively, all under one roof, to create a seamless journey from treatment, manual therapy and rehabilitation through to full fitness.

FAQs about Assisted Stretching

Assisted stretching is beneficial for people of all fitness levels and ages. It’s particularly helpful for athletes, individuals with limited mobility, those recovering from injuries, and anyone looking to improve flexibility and reduce muscle tension.

Assisted stretching should not be painful. It’s typically done within your comfort range to avoid injury. You may feel a gentle stretching sensation, but it should not be painful.

The frequency of assisted stretching can vary based on individual needs and goals. Some people benefit from weekly sessions, while others may find monthly sessions sufficient. Discuss your goals with your therapist to determine the right frequency.

Yes, assisted stretching can help relieve pain associated with muscle tightness and tension. It can also aid in managing chronic pain conditions when incorporated into a comprehensive wellness program.

Wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement. Gym kit is ideal. Communicate any injuries or health concerns to your therapist, and stay hydrated before and after your session.

Yes, assisted stretching can complement other fitness activities like pilates, strength training, or cardio workouts. It can help improve your overall performance and reduce the risk of injuries.

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