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Is pain stopping you or holding you back from what you love ?    

 

Do you feel lost and need some help to get you back on the right track ?

 

I will work with you to find the cause of your problem, guiding you clearly and concisely through your rehab until you are back to your best and doing what YOU WANT.

 

Every session is all about you- Specific, Detailed, Thorough and Effective.

We will work together to help you breathe better, move better, feel better and ultimately LIVE BETTER

Your body deserves the right Neutrients.

Call Jonathan on 0498 473 325 to book your initial assessment or use the form below.

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Jonathan Bullen

Physiotherapist

BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy, APAM, AiM

I graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in the UK in 2008, gaining extensive experience in all core areas of physiotherapy before specialising in musculoskeletal injury and rehabilitation.

My passion is working with people to get down to the true reason for their pain as well as optimsing movement for efficiency (not everyone's complaint is pain). 

This means attention to detail and a thorough assessment whereby I explore more than just the site of pain- In order to feel better you will need to learn to move better and breathe better as well as be willing to invest time into yourself to learn and implement the work I give you. There is no quick fix.

I will use a combination of methods that I have learnt over the last 10 years and apply them as needed to work out a treatment plan that is most suitable for you. 

My special interests are the assessment and management of longstanding conditions, sports rehabilitation and back and shoulder pain. 

I am a certified Strongfirst Kettlebell Instructor and enjoy the challenges of mastering strength and technique that kettlebell training brings into my life.

Outside of work and the gym I enjoy cycling and have completed some of the toughest routes in the world in the French Alps and Pyrenees. I am currently training for the Five Dams ride in March 2021.