Back Pain 

Prevention or Cure Workshop

Saturday 14th March 2020

Occupational Health, work related injuries, repetitive strain injuries, posture

Almost everyone will experience back pain at some point in their life, varying from mild to severe, and it can be short-lived or long-lasting. Understanding the cause of back pain and by following a “healthy back” routine will, in most cases, reduce or prevent back pain. 

Learn how to deveop a “healthy back” stragegy to prevent or reduce back pain at this exciting workshop in March 2020.

Phil Mack, our highly experienced Consultant Physiotherapist is conducting a workshop and demonstration of the best exercises and tips to prevent or reduce back pain.

There are many causes of back pain, including poor posture, overuse, bad lifting technique or from a sporting activity. Phil will explain the mechanics of back pain and demonstrate how to relieve pain through simple effective exercises to help improve movement, flexibility and posture. Have a look at our article on back pain for more information on this.

You are welcome to take part in the session or just relax and watch the event.

This is a charity event to help raise money for BORDERS CHILDREN’S CHARITY. A donation on the door would be appriciated. This may be a popular event with limited places, so book your free tickets NOW by clicking HERE.

The talk will be held at: Fiona Henderson School of Dance, Peebles

Other workshop and talks scheduled for 2020 include:

Sports Injuries  Sat 22nd Feb 2020 at Fiona Henderson School of Dance Peebles Click HERE to book your free seat

The Young Athlete Sat 25th April 2020 at Fiona Henderson School of Dance Peebles Click HERE to book your free seat

Climbing Injuries – Prevention and Cure Ratho Climbing Centre April 2020 (date to be confirmed)

Phil Mack, Physiohterapist, Peebles Physiotherapy, The Physiotherapy clinics

Phil has over 17 years of experience working with professional and international athletes and teams throughout UK, Australia and South Africa, including the South African Springboks, Leicester Tigers and Ulster Rugby as well as the South African Triathlon Team.