Fit2Cycle


It never gets easier, you just get faster.


If you’re at all uncomfortable on bike, or even once you get off, you shouldn’t be. Discomfort during or after is not normal. Or is your injury just not going away? Perhaps you’re looking for pain relief for the long term?

Kesson Physio offers injury management and an injury prevention service for cyclists.  All our services are performed by a highly experienced sports physiotherapist with qualifications in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

We help you get the most out of your cycling by:

  • Optimising your movement patterns and biomechanical efficiency when riding; this means going faster with lowered risk of injury
  • Providing real answers for your pain, with practical solutions that produce a long term result
  • Guiding you in your development of sports specific core strength, flexibility and technique with a sports physiotherapist whose focus is cycling.

To get more from your cycling, call to book an assessment with one of our experienced phsyiotherapists on 01795 534113 or email us at contact@kessonphysio.co.uk.

Therapist with one hand holding the needle with the other hand enters their desired point on the patient's back
  • Due to a skiing accident, I have no ACL. Fit2Ski has been fantastic for me. Run by a qualified physiotherapist, who understands different injuries, the circuit of activities were designed appropriately and each individual in the class stretched to their own level of ability and fitness. After only six weeks, I have amazed myself with how much more confident I am in using my knee and what I can now do!

    VC
    VC
  • I used the Fit2Ski programme as the final step in my rehabilitation from ACL knee surgery. It had elements of strengthening to build on what I had already achieved but most importantly for me it introduced more dynamic movements and exercises. It has given me the confidence to get back to playing the sports I love, cricket and football. I can’t recommend the programme highly enough.

    JS
    JS
  • 2x per week seemed like a good plan. I found starting with a small group very helpful because it meant I was able to get lots of attention at the beginning which gave me more confidence to know that I was doing the exercises correctly.

    AV
    AV