• Pain assessment (if you are in pain Rachel can assess you to see if the problem is something that she can help with - problem specific advice and treatment can then be given)
  • General structural assessment (this can be very helpful because it can highlight any areas of your body that could become problematic either over the years in general or when exposed to physical wear and tear. It is a good idea for sportsmen and women and those with physical jobs/pastimes or those about to embark on serious training or physical work. Preventative, maintenance and troubleshooting methods can then be discussed.)
  • Horse rider body assessment (this can be useful to examine how your back and the rest of you is functioning when riding a horse. Many people have asymmetric areas of their body due to reasons such as old injuries, scoliosis to name but a few. Rider asymmetry may be why you find some ridden exercises easier on one rein compared to the other etc.)
  • Postural assessment (helpful if you are suffering with sitting upright/if someone has commented on your bad posture or you would like a workplace posture assessment). Posture is important, and many aches and pains can be caused by just bad posture alone! Posture can also be affected by old injuries and asymmetrical areas so get yourself assessed and troubleshooting methods can be implemented.)
  • Work place working postures assessment (helpful if you would like your daily working practices assessed to find out if they are likely to cause you or your staff problems - troubleshooting methods can then be discussed.)