Why your Functional Assessment is worth much more than a diagnosis.

A Functional Assessment helps you to achieve relief and prevention.

Please forget everything you’ve ever been told about what’s wrong with your back.

Diagnoses are often wrong.  Clinicians rarely agree on what’s wrong with you.  And that causes confusion, stress and more pain.

A Functional Assessment informs

  • What you need to avoid / minimise in order to settle your pain

  • How long it’s likely to take to get better

  • What you should be doing in order to relieve your pain

  • What you need to do in the long-term to reduce the risk of recurrence

No diagnosis provides this sort of value.

Follow the AXB guidance on rehab i.e. UIOLIBDAI / UIOLI and SLABS. This advice is based on your Functional Assessment.

Susie Lowe

Outstanding!

Gavin and his team are extremely professional and friendly and most importantly, get great results. Highly recommended.

Susie Lowe

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Lisa Marriage

Nice waking up without pain

I’d had low back pain and sciatica for a few months and been to the doctor and my local therapist. You confidently said I just had to stick to the plan we put together and that it would all be OK. You were spot on! Thanks. It’s so nice waking up without pain!

Lisa Marriage

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Cameron Doyle

Huge thanks

Just wanted to say a huge thanks again. When, over twenty years ago, a surgeon told me to come back in a few years time when I was in a wheelchair because of my back, I can’t tell you what a downer that was. I am certain that following your plan has been a big part of making sure that never happened!

Cameron Doyle

Active X Backs Customer

Caterina Toniolo

I can't believe it

My pain was typically 5 out of 10 but could be as bad as 9 for the last four weeks. It was really terrible after sitting. Two weeks after starting your plan I’m down to 0 out of 10. I can’t believe it! Thank you so much!

Caterina Toniolo

Active X Backs Customer

We adhere to lower back pain guidelines published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, are registered with the General Osteopathic Council and are members of The International Association for the Study of Pain.