WELCOME TO ACTIVE MOTION
HERE AT ACTIVE MOTION WE UNDERSTAND JUST HOW MUCH PAIN CAN AFFECT OUR LIVES AND STOP US FROM DOING THE THINGS WE LOVE.
Active Motion was formed to help people continue to participate in the activities that they love and achieve their goals. These activities do not have to be specific to sports or exercise, it could be regaining full range of motion so that every day movement is no longer a challenge or being able to play with your grandchildren on the floor again.
We work with you to overcome your symptoms, we educate you on the cause of your pain and how it developed before going on to creating a preventative plan so your symptoms do not return.
MOVE BETTER. FEEL BETTER.
INTEGRITY: We treat our patients in the same way that we wish to be treated, providing honest individualised information and advice.
TOGETHERNESS: We work with you to achieve your goals. Supporting you through your recovery process.
FUTURE-PROOFING: We design effective rehabilitation plans. Ensuring your body is more robust and less likely to experience the same injury again.
The clinic is located within Places of Leisure – Eastleigh
We are situated on the ground floor so it is easily accessible for all our clients. Due to the fablous facilties that Places of Leisure offer, we are able to utilise the gym, courts and outdoor spaces to help our patients to achieve their goals and return them to the activities they love and enjoy.
We are easily accessible from Chandler’s Ford, Fair Oak, Southampton and Winchester.
Address: Places Leisure, Passfield Avenue, Eastleigh, SO50 9NL
MEET OUR EXPERT TEAM
Director & Lead Therapist
Integrated Masters Degree in Sports Therapy
REPS Level 2 Personal Training
Jordan is also able to perform:
Manipulations & Jaw Treatments
Instrument Assisted Soft-Tissue Manipulation
Inspired by his own previous injuries (lower back and knee pain – resulting in surgery and 2 injections) Jordan studied Sports Therapy (MSci) at the University of Chichester and, this has led Jordan to have a particular interest in lower back pain, neck pain and shoulder pain.
As a Graduate Sports Therapist, Jordan is able to assess, treat and rehabilitate patients suffering with muscle, joint or nerve related symptoms. Through completing his Masters, he is now able to treat and all areas of the body – including the Jaw.
Prior to undertaking his degree, Jordan competed for the United Kingdom in Ballroom and Latin dancing. This has enabled him to understand the movement patterns of different sports, as well as the importance of physical mobility for sport, and subsequently everyday life.
Through the experience Jordan gained while working with AFC Bournemouth, Oxford United and Worthing RFC, he ensures that the treatment and rehabilitation strategies provided are both effective and realistic in order to ensure patients accomplish their goals and can return to the activities they love.
Sports & Exercise Therapist
Undergraduate Degree in Sports & Exercise Therapy
Emily graduated from Bournemouth University in 2021 with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy.
Her true passion as a Sports Therapist is to help guide people back to doing what they love to do best, and pain free! She likes to do this with hands on techniques, combined with exercise and education.
In her spare time, Emily loves to spend time with my friends and family, going for walks through the forest and by the beach.
Sports Therpaist & Rehab Specialist
Undergraduate Degree in Sports Therapy (BSc Hons)
REPS Level 3 Exercise Referral (Personal Training)
Active IQ Level 3 Certificate in Fitness Training
From a young age I have always been active and had a passion for sport. Throughout my life I have played a wide variety of sports particularly Racquet Sports (badminton). My sporting background is what ignited my interest into the field of Sports therapy, as I witnessed many injuries (both to myself and others). I found it fascinating how my teammates could go from not being able to walk (as a result of their injury), to then performing at their optimal level after receiving Sports Therapy. I wanted to become a Sports Therapist so that I could make a difference to peoples lives and get them back to doing the things that they love and back to their peak performance.
During my time at University I gained lots of valuable experience, through working with Tottonians RFC and within the clinical setting at the University of Chichester. My three favourite areas to treat are the shoulder, lower back and knee. The reason for this being that I have had lots of practical experience treating a wide range of injuries within these areas and find it rewarding seeing the progress that the client has made.
To sum up, I would say I am a friendly and approachable person whose main focus is treating the person as a whole, rather than just an injury. I am not satisfied until the client is able to complete the activities they love, regardless of how challenging their overall goal is.
Undergraduate Degree in Physiotherapy
I qualified in Physiotherapy from the University of Manchester in 2003 and worked in the NHS for 2 years to consolidate my physiotherapy skills across a broad range of areas, including orthopaedics, musculoskeletal outpatients, and chronic pain management.
I specialised in treating musculoskeletal conditions as a senior physiotherapist and worked in a wide variety of settings, including GP outpatient clinics, in the community and as a locum for the MOD, treating injuries sustained by soldiers during training. Treating chronic back pain is a particular interest and the successful results gained by core strengthening exercises led me to study as a Pilates instructor.
I have run my own Pilates business for the past 10 years and maintained my passion for keeping people living their best life by being active and maintaining muscle strength, flexibility and joint range of motion.
In my experience, any acute or chronic musculoskeletal condition can be successfully treated with a problem-solving approach, using a combination of manual (hands on) therapy/soft tissue release, exercise rehabilitation and self-management techniques. My experience also ensures that I know when it might be appropriate to refer patients on for further medical screening/testing if necessary.
One of the main reasons I love my job is the interaction with people and helping them to improve their quality of life. I believe that listening to patients , being respectful and making them feel comfortable is extremely important and I always aim to make the physio sessions enjoyable!
Our team of highly qualified and experience practioners are here to help you. Remember you do not need to be an athlete to see a Sports Therapist. All of our team will be able to help you with the pain and symptoms you are suffering from.
READY TO BOOK A SESSION?
IT’S NEVER BEEN EASIER TO BOOK A SESSION WITH US.
book online and choose what type of appointment & which therapist you’d like.
alternatively you can give us a call and we will find the right appointment for you.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
I saw Lewis after an acute adductor injury. His knowledge and skill is second to none and helped me to restore (and even improve) strength + ROM. Thanks again Lewis! Highly recommend if you're looking for a quality physio.
I saw Lewis early December with a painful hip brought on during running. He diagnosed the issue as weakness/tightness of glutes and lower back. Six weeks and three sessions later I am pleased to say that a combination of massage, prescribed exercises and stretching have resolved the problem. Running again (carefully). I am delighted with the treatment given and would highly recommend Lewis. A combination of sound advice and a friendly approach. First class. Thank you.
After rupturing my ACL back in December playing netball, I went to see Jordan at Active Motion to see what work he could do to get me ready for my op to reconstruct the ligament. Jordan has been absolutely fantastic and I couldn't recommend him enough. I am so much stronger and sometimes even forget about my injury due to the strength, mobility, and motion work. Jordan has ensured that I am both mentally and physically ready for the op and the rehab that will follow.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
WHO DO I NEED TO SEE?
Here at Active Motion all therapists hold undergraduate degrees in their chosen field. Therefore, all therapists have the specialist skill set to examine, treat and rehabilitate all musculoskeletal injuries (Muscle, Joint, Nerve, Bone, Tendon, Ligament and Fascia).
WILL I SEE THE SAME THERAPIST EACH SESSION?
Yes! Unless there are unforeseen circumstances, once you are booked in with a therapist you will stay with them for your course of treatment. If they feel your needs will be better suited with another practitioner this will be discussed with you.
HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED?
This will vary depending on the injury, the length of time you have been suffering with the pain and how well you implentment our advice. On average, our patients recover in 6 sessions.
ARE THERE STAIRS?
Our treatment room is situated on the ground floor and is easily accessible.
DO I NEED TO SEE MY GP FIRST?
You do not need to see or be referred by a GP to book a visit with us. We currently do see a lot of patients referred by their GP. We may contact your GP on your behalf if needed.
SHOULD I TAKE MY PAINKILLERS BEFORE MY SESSION?
Yes, if you are currently taking painkillers for your pain, you are able to take normal painkillers before any appointment. It won’t affect how we treat or assess. However, if you can cope without taking them this is advised. If you are not currently taking painkillers, do not take any before seeing us.
DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?
We are currently in the process of being recognised by insurers, therefore, we can not accept insurance. However, we can provide an invoice for you to claim sessions back from your medical insurer.
DO YOU OFFER HOME VISITS?
We do offer home visits. Please call or email us to arrange this due to the added planning.