Graeme Temple • Sports Therapy & Biomechanics

Graeme Temple • Sports Therapy & Biomechanics

Office 8
Business Incubator,
Myregormie Place
Mitchelston Ind Est
Kirkcaldy
Fife
KY1 3NA

07817 460635

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Office 8
Business Incubator,
Myregormie Place
Mitchelston Ind Est
Kirkcaldy
Fife
KY1 3NA

07817 460635

About me

Graeme is a qualified, insured and affiliated Sports Therapist, Soft Tissue Therapist and Biomechanics Coach.

Graeme is a member of The Sports Therapy Organisation (STO), The Association for Soft Tissue Therapists (SMA) and The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).

By choosing to be treated by a member of STO, SMA and CNHC you are ensured the member has undertaken approved course of education, has Professional Liability Insurance, First Aid training and must adhere to the the Associations Code of Conduct.

You do not need to be an athlete or sports performer to benefit from a sports massage. The benefits above can also help relieve the many day to day problems, repetitive strain injury, sprains, tension, fatigue, that everyone experiences. Many sports massage practitioners work with a great range of clients in assisting with preventive treatment and injury recovery.

If you are a sports performer, of any level, a Sports Therapist can offer many benefits, for example:

• Sports Therapy
• Soft Tissue Therapy
• Biomechanics Coaching
• Sports massage
• Injury assessment, treatment & rehab
• Performance optimisation.

Training, qualifications & experience

Graeme is a qualified, insured and affiliated Sports Therapist, Soft Tissue Therapist and Biomechanics Coach.

Graeme is a member of The Sports Therapy Organisation, The Association for Soft Tissue Therapists and The Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council.

• Sports Therapy
• Soft Tissue Therapy
• Biomechanics Coaching
• Sports massage
• Injury assessment, treatment & rehab
• Performance optimisation.

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

CNHC
SMA

Accredited register membership

Other available therapies

Biomechanics Coach

Biomechanics is the study of the human body, the body’s mechanics, and how it moves in mechanical terms. The science is divided into two areas of study: Extrinsic Biomechanics and Intrinsic Biomechanics.

Intrinsic Biomechanics is the study of how the body is able to perform those tasks or movements in relation to the individual’s mechanical make-up in the inside.

Extrinsic Biomechanics, on the other hand, looks at movements, the measurement of those movements or tasks, and then establishes the most efficient way to maximise those movements and ultimately improve sports performance; it is an important science that is relevant to any sport, fitness or work-related physical conditioning.

The approach
The purpose of the Biomechanical program is to provide the building blocks to restore normal function. By reducing muscle spasm, nerve tethering and joint dysfunction. Biomechanical screening and corrective exercise process affords the body the capacity to perform natural movements, this restores the body’s systems and structures to their intended function.

Phases
The Biomechanics model can be broken down into 3 Phases: Normalise, Stabilise and Functionalise Phases. The Normalise phase is used to determine the bodies capacity to move while getting the pelvis, spine, and shoulder girdle into an optimal position for performance. Next, within Stabilise phase, work is done to glue the aforementioned in position by training the core. By performing Normalise and Stabilise in this order we can then safely and efficiently train the body more functionally to move and support global muscles performance in the Functionalise phase.

Photos & videos

  • Consultation area
  • Treatment area
  • Treatment area
  • Consultation forms
  • Fully equiped
  • Kinesio taping
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Fees

Appointments cost £40

Sessions include full consultation, assessment, and treatment. Appointments are 1 hour.

Important information

If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.

Maps & Directions

Kirkcaldy, KY1 3NA

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None

Availability

Monday - Friday

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