Jarrod Thatcher

Jarrod Thatcher

Jarrod Thatcher

Position:  Active Release Technique Practitioner
 
Previous Experience:  Started practicing ART 4 years ago, specialising in improving performance and rehab. Previous to that was personal training.
Favorite exercise:  Deadlift
 
Favorite cheat meal:  Nandos
Hobby/s:  Golf, powerlifting and going to the beach.
Reason you entered the health industry:  I received ART on an ongoing injury I had which I couldn’t fix with traditional methods. Following a few treatments it had fully healed and I wanted to learn how to do that myself
 
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Favorite holiday destination:  Queenstown
What you bring to the LPC team: A passion for helping people resolve injuries and perform at their best. As well as bad banterTestimonials
For a few years I had been experiencing shoulder pain when reaching forward or overhead, to the point where it was starting to affect my day-to-day functioning. Before seeing Jarrod, I had tried many therapies, a couple that had provided temporary relief, but none that had effectively fixed the underlying cause. Using active release technique, Jarrod worked on some adhesions I had in the external rotators of my left shoulder that were catching, reducing range of motion, and causing a lot of pain and discomfort. He then worked to pull my shoulder and thoracic spine into better alignment. I was completely surprised and thrilled with how quickly I experienced pain relief, and I now have full range of motion in my left shoulder and am completely pain free. Thanks Jarrod!
 
Rachel O’Kuniewski
Hey everyone. So I have been a boxer for 7 Years & had bad knee pain to the point where I could no longer squat or even bend my knee past 90 degrees. The constant pivoting of my back foot made everything worse. I had seen every kind of knee expert or physio to fix the problem & nothing..
Then a friend of mine referred me to see Jarrod & that was the end of that issue. I’m back to boxing, squatting, skipping & to be honest I owe Jarrod big time!
Russell Queay