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If you have sore painful feet with pain around the heel the chances are you have plantar fasciitis. Trouble with standing first thing in the morning and also from chairs when resting, along with walking even only short distances you definitely have plantar fasciitis.

What if I told you,

“Pain free with great mobility in six weeks” would you be interested?

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Knee Replacement Rehabilitation

Learn how to benefit from your knee surgery, to be more active, more of the time!

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About Stephen Grinnell

Stephen has been involved with Physical Rehabilitation for over 12 years and has a successful Pain and Rehabilitation clinic in Stratford Upon Avon. Stephen is a expert in rehabilitation with a particular focus on knees, lower back and plantar fasciitis. Stephen has a Masters Degree in rehabilitation and conducts regular research with his patients and trains other professionals around the world in his processes.

He is constantly learning and developing new methods, movements and protocols to help patients have a fast lasting recovery. He is currently training for a trek to Everest base camp in March 2024 and is a avid Rugby Union supporter and looking forward to the Rugby world Cup in September 2023. 

Steps to how we work

At Energy Medicine we use a 3, 6, 9 approach. When you have a high amount of pain due to a injury and graded around a 9 on the pain scale, you movement and mobility will be around a 3. The transfer is when pain reduces to a manageable 6 so you can increase your mobility and movement at a 6. When your pain is a 3 you can do much more and have a mobility of 9.

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Pain Reduction and Initial Movement

.The initial movements in the Rehabilitation programmes are about basic movements and function as pain is or physical conditioning is low. The focus is altering movement to resent the body and change the loading and reduce the pain.

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Anti inflammatory and mobility improvement

Once the basic movements are covered and pain has reduced, with an improvement in coordination and balance the anti inflammatory effect takes place. Swelling is the first stage of tissue repair and as things improve the movements can increase and develop.

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Healing increased Mobility and Beyond

Any pain is significantly reduced at this point as the initial movements have altered loading and reset the body so movement, coordination are much better. The focus at this point is pushing the life bubble and doing more to strengthen the affected areas. 

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Happy customers

Rose Dixon

Charity Director

Before working for a charity I was a senior nurse and the movements and exercises are specific and work. I have had both my knees replaced and had treatment and worked with Stephen to recover from both. I use the video course to keep me on track very helpful! 

Easy and simple to follow movements that really help, You have to keep doing them to maintain your movement. The course works well all the movements are designed to be done at home with minimal equipment. Doing them regularly I have had the full use of my knee. Next stop snowboarding! 

Martyn Finney

Independent Contractor

Wendy Garcarz

Company Director

This course inspired me to get moving, I can do all of the movements I need to lead a normal life. The surgery was good the rehabilitation made the difference.

Simple and highly effective programme of rehabilitation.

I bought this programme for my Mum to use as she had knee surgery but not got the best from her initial rehabilitation. My mum found the programme easy to follow and her movement and walking improved significantly.

Linda Jones

CEO Salus Charity

The answer to that question is maybe and sometimes.  I have seen over a 300 people in the last 18 months with plantar fasciitis at my clinic and over 90% of them had used or were using some sort of Insole or orthotic. Some were from a specialist podiatrist, the majority of them were from various

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Stairs can be a challenge if you have a lower limb pain or injury. I use stairs a lot with hip and knee replacement recovery as part of the rehabilitation process. As people have been walking up and down stairs their whole life you don’t stop to think how do I do that? What is the

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