ReBalanceYourself with a Kinetic Chain Release (KCR) Treatment
What is KCR: KCR is a very simple yet extremely effective system of mobilizations and stretches that correct a leg length difference and helps restore balance.
KCR is a very safe & simple, yet profound sequence of stretches which was developed by Hugh Gilbert PT, over a span of his 40 years in practice as a Physiotherapist. Visit Hugh's website for more information. www.kineticchainrelease.com
BOOKING A KCR SESSION
What to wear: KCR is performed lying down fully clothed on a treatment table, with only the removal of shoes and socks. Jogging bottoms are recommended or any type of clothing which allows flexibility.
The cost per KCR session (30 - 90 mins) Local to Timsbury £40
To book your session please Contact me.
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Would you LOVE to learn KCR? The first 20 people to get in touch will receive the opportunity to be taught by my teacher Hugh Gilbert PT who has agreed to come especially to Somerset UK and teach a 2 day weekend KCR course. Click here for more information
Children love receiving KCR too as it helps restore calmness and research has shown that children on the autistic spectrum have benefited greatly from the effects of a KCR when their mothers have been treated.
Do you suffer from any of the following conditions?
Chronic Back Pain, Fibromyalgia, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome , Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chronic Knee Problems, Sprained Ankles, Migraine Headaches, Scoliosis, Teeth Clenching, Tight Calves, Tired Shoulders, Pain between the Shoulder Blades, Chronic Stress, Breathing Difficulty, Plantar Fasciitis, Chronic Groin Strains, Chronic Neck Pain
Recurrent, Hamstring Strains, Pelvic Problems, Tennis Elbow, T.M.J. Dysfunction, Wrist Problems, Bloating - Snoring / Sleep Apnoea – Insomnia - R.S.I. (Repetitive Stress Injury or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
A leg length difference is often due to the pelvis becoming twisted or out of alignment, making it look like the legs are different lengths which can be caused by simply falling over. When the pelvis becomes imbalanced, it moves in order to find the best point of gravity and support for the body above, the upper body then compensates. When you are in pain, or have had an injury, you will compensate to cope and this can also lead to poor posture and suffering from chronic backache and other serious physical conditions.
Hugh Gilbert PT, Founder & developer of KCR and my teacher has also written several books. Please click on an image below to read the first few pages and for more information or to buy these books above, please visit www.hughgilbertauthor.com