Kinetic Chain Release (KCR) Therapy* is a simple yet extremely effective system of medically recognised and approved, gentle stretches and joint mobilisations, of key joints and muscles, which bring about postural changes that correct imbalances in the body and eliminate many physical issues in the process.

KCR can alleviate a multitude of problems including back, neck and shoulder pain, hip and joint aches and pains, pelvic discomforts, headaches, sports injuries and various musculoskeletal disabilities.

In many cases it provides instant resolution from the pain and discomfort of chronic medical conditions and can be used with young and old alike.

Chronic pain and restricted movement can stop you living the life you want to lead. Many individuals have been told and therefore accepted that their aches, pains and ailments will never get better.

KCR will significantly improve how you feel and perform and will greatly improve your quality of life. What's more, your energy levels will increase dramatically when your body is in balance as many existing physical limitations, pains and ailments simply disappear.

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KCR is known to bring lasting relief from an incredible list of problems:

Fibromyalgia

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Migraine Headaches

Scoliosis

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Menstrual Pain

Teeth Clenching/Grinding

Chronic Groin Strains

Chondromalacia Patella

Chronic Neck Pain

Sprained (weak) Ankles

Recurring Hamstring Issues

Tennis/Golfer’s Elbow

Chronically Tight Calf Muscles

Plantar Fasciitis

Early Menopause

Chronic Wrist Pain

Chronic Back Pain

Jaw (TMJ) Dysfunction

Behavioural Disorders in Children

Crohn’s Disease

Diabetes

Osteoarthritis

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Insomnia

Snoring/Sleep Apnoea

Bloating

A.D.D./A.D.H.D./ Tourette’s

Chronic Stress

Breathing Difficulty

R.S.I (Repetitive Strain/ Overuse Injuries)

Substance Abuse

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*KCR is a protocol developed by Scottish Physiotherapist Hugh Gilbert, to correct an apparent leg length difference and bring the body back into balance.

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