Our rehabilitation programme is split into 2 forms of distinct rehabilitation.

Our first form is the more traditional style of rehabilitation which looks at postural dysfunctions and sporting/accidental injury. This includes muscle tears, joint dysfunction, tight muscles and acute and chronic pain problems.

Through our in-depth postural and movement pattern screening tests we can confidently identify the root cause of the majority of postural dysfunctions. For sporting injuries, we can use a combination of manual and movement-based therapy to speed the healing process of the body, whilst reducing the probability of relapse once training or work commences again.

The second part of our rehabilitation programme looks at the health and mental state of a client. This style of training is designed to help people with health conditions, chronic pain and ill health.

This programme is designed to help people with conditions such as:

Crohn’s disease, depression, type 1 and type 2 diabetes, IBS, endocrinological related illness and other conditions which cannot be 100% treated and eliminated by common medicine and practice. 

Rehabilitation of any form can be a challenging process. That is why Unit 7, in some cases will also liaise with other professionals such as chiropractors, physiotherapists, psychologists, and osteopaths. By having a secondary team of specialists to work with, we have successfully treated the vast majority of our rehabilitation cases.


  • Lifestyle assessment and coaching
  • Exercise guidance and planning
  • Nutritional coaching
  • Hormonal influences
  • Social interactions
  • Sleep & rest
  • Stress
  • Overall ability to follow a plan