I injured my lower back in the gym in September last year and knew I needed to see a physio straight away. I could hardly bend over or sit down. I didn’t know about Chews Health and work sorted me out with another physio. After 3 months of conservative treatment, I felt that I wasn’t improving as much as I would like and was getting advice to stay out the gym for the foreseeable future. Not what I had wanted to hear.
Someone recommended that I come to see Jack for a second opinion which is exactly what I did. Jack helped me to understand how I could work out within a slightly restricted range of movement and with some adaptations. It meant I was back in the gym again and building up to a full range of movement within less than a handful of physio sessions. I wish I had seen Jack from the start!
I couldn’t believe how different physios had given me such different outlooks and won’t be going anywhere else now. In fact, I tweaked my back again in September this year and went back to Jack immediately to get assessed. Chews Health has a fantastic set up with great gym equipment and a wonderful team. I highly recommend them to everyone. I can’t thank them enough.Go back
Session 75 – Flippin Pain and Public Health Messaging with Felicity Thow, Richard Pell, Cormac Ryan and Lorimer Moseley
The Flippin’ Pain Initiative is a public health campaign run by Connect Health and is a project that aims to bring contemporary pain understanding to the Lincolnshire community. In
What is hypermobility syndrome (HMS)? Being hypermobile means some or all of your joints have an unusually large range of movement. This means you can move your limbs into