Climbing injury prevention

Climbing Injury Prevention

A frustration associated with any training or physical activity is that injury affects you so profoundly.

Training programmes are interrupted, progress halted and gains are lost.

Approaching a scramble in Snowdonia

As a qualified Physiotherapist:

I can offer detailed, knowledgeable advice on your injury vulnerabilities and how to address them.

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, King's College London

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If you have a recurring or persistant pain there's probably something about your climbing movement that's predisposing you to injury.

It's far more effective to solve the underlying problem than to keep going back to a therapist for treatment, and the most reliable way to do this is for me to spend some time watching you at a climbing wall.

Common climbing injuries which can be avoided:

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How do I go about booking a session?

First, you need to be in fit state to go climbing. If your injury is recent or serious injury, see your GP or a practicing physiotherapist until they give you the all clear to return to climbing.

Next, get in touch and let me know the nature of the problem. Then we can arrange a venue. I can come to any climbing wall reasonably local to London.

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How much will it cost?

A 2-hour injury prevention sessions cost 95. This includes:

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Neck and Shoulder Pain: A Treatment Method

This is a slideshow presentation about theraputic trigger point release for climbers.

Free download of handouts for this presentation here (869KB pdf)

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Alice Turner Climbing Courses is part of Foundation Expedition Leadership, a Community Interest Company.

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Page Contents:

Climbing Injury Prevention

Climbing Injuries which can often be avoided

How do I go about booking a session?

How much will it cost?

Neck and Shoulder Pain: A Treatment Method (Slideshow)