Kinetic Chain Release (KCR)
KCR was developed by Hugh Gilbert a Physiotherapist from Govan, Scotland. He created this protocol over 20 years during his 45+ years physiotherapy career.
This is a simple and effective protocol using a series of mobilizations and stretches to help return the body to its natural dynamic state.
KCR works directly on a number of internal structures including skeletal system, muscular system and conective tissue system.
KCR brings relief from:
Carpal Tunnel Chronic Fatigue Chronic knee issues
Sprained Ankles Migraine Headaches
Scoliosis Teeth Clenching Tight calves
Tired shoulders Pain between shoulders IBS
Chronic stress Breathing difficulties Plantar fasciitis
Chronic back pain Chronic groin strain Chronic neck pain
Fibromyalgia Pelvic pain Recurrent hamstring pain
Tennis elbow TMJ dysfunction Wrist problems
Bloating Snoring Sleep apnoea
Insomnia RSI PTSD
Connective Tissue Release (CTR) The Hugh Gilbert Method
CTR is a follow on from KCR. If KCR hasn't successfully resolved an issue then there will be a restriction in the connective tissue system. CTR the Hugh Gilbert Method is a special focused form of connective tissue release and the work is focused on the joints. Specific CTR mobilisations will be performed after a full KCR to help release the connective tissue.
KCR Woman's Health
A special series of mobilisations added onto the end of a full KCR session to help bring ease and relief from a number of women's health issues including menstrual issues and hormone imbalances etc.
Postural Energetics (PE)
This beautiful healing mode is the third of the triad created by Hugh Gilbert. This is a beautiful gentle self healing mode which returns yourself back to balance. A peaceful gentle exercise performed standing allowing the body to realign as well as reducing stress.
KCR/ CTR/ PE can help with Carpal Tunnel, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic pains, Headache, Teeth Clenching, IBS, Chronic Stress, Plantar Fasciitis, Tired/ painful shoulders, Fibromyalgia, muscle strain, TMJ dysfunction, Bloating, Insomnia, PTSD to name few.