Anatomy in Motion and Movement Therapy
At Jane Reynolds and Associates, we’re proud to offer Anatomy in Motion services delivered by our specialist, Daniel Baines, M.OST. Daniel keeps up to date with the developing field through lectures and conferences and offers cutting-edge movement therapy to our clients from our Eastbourne osteopathy clinic
A Breakthrough in Pain
Anatomy in Motion, or AiM, has been described as a breakthrough in pain therapy. Working to eliminate the root causes of muscular and joint pain rather than alleviate the symptoms, AiM can help those who practice it to enjoy long-lasting and life-changing benefits. From our clinic, we can offer Anatomy in Motion services in Eastbourne and help patients to turn around lifelong causes of pain through movement therapy.
What is Anatomy in Motion (AiM)?
Anatomy in Motion is a movement-based approach that focuses on correcting the way you move when walking. It assesses and alters your movements by creating safe and novel experiences for your body to explore. AiM is the ever-evolving brainchild of Gary Ward. Its aim is to unlock the incredible potential that lies within every human body. By observing the body movement during walking, it is possible to identify joints, muscles, and postures that are being compromised with every step we take. Alongside a thorough case history, it is possible to paint a picture as to why there is a pain in the system and what is needed to eliminate the cause.
Gary Ward from Anatomy in Motion shares how his book gave him credibility in his industry.
How Can it Help Me?
Some of your pain is likely to be linked to the way you walk or run. Improving your movement helps your body return to a balanced and pain-free state and freedom of movement. It is as if the body has forgotten how to use certain patterns and it just needs a gentle reminder that movement would be so much easier in a slightly improved way.
Contact Us for a Consultation Today
Get in touch with our team today to talk about your pain and the ways that AiM could help you.