Many women after pregnancy and childbirth (or a few goes at it) are left with pelvic or back pain. More
subtly, they experience a lack of the flexibility, strength and control of movement they once had.
This can resolve naturally over time, but so often ends up in a downward spiral of physical deconditioning,
that these Mums never really bounce back from.
But there is good news...
We know that most of these women have the same problems:
Weak core and pelvic floor
Weak glutes and hips (main support for the low back)
Stiff, locked and tired middle back from feeding, holding and carrying.
Therefore, we can design a program targeted at these common deficiencies.
And we have. It is called Mums Bounce Back!
It is a 12 week program in a small group setting alongside mums bouncing
back like you!
Run by an experienced Osteopath Grant Burrows to keep you safe (i.e. we do not do burpees).
Grant has 2 decades of clinical experience as an Osteopath.
His passion and purpose is to help people in ongoing pain and limitation.
To help them off the treadmill of treatments (unless they like that of course) and onto a path towards the
pain free and uninhibited life they desire.
Grant has built both the programs that comprise ProMotion to deliver these outcomes.
When Grant is not working in ProMotion, he is sharing the innovative intellectual property that underpins
these programs in workshops in Melbourne for osteos and physios.
And if he has any time left after all that, you will find him hanging out with wife Jo and his 3 young
children. *NB Grant’s priorities are not necessarily in this order.
Grant graduated in Melbourne as an Osteopath in 2000.
Over the next 15 years he worked in private practice – both in Australia and in London, lectured Osteopathic students at the university and did extensive further training in the US during 2011 and 2013 in the area of Movement and Pain.
Grant and his wife Jo also opened Procare Sports & Spinal (now Procare Geelong ) in 2006, which they still take great pride in being part of.
Programs are built with authenticity and with a genuine care and interest in people.
The Programs demand you to be accountable in engaging, and demands Grant be accountable to guiding you to improvement and a better life.
When Grant is not devising Movement or Pain programs, he is busy with his family including 3 young kids.
In any spare time, Grant likes to be active and is currently hanging on to any last glimpses of athleticism in AFL 9s, gym, running and yoga.
Grant also likes to make announcements. And will be forever remembered (by a some) as the unluckiest Field Host ever at GMHBA stadium. He was doing some crisp jokes out on the ground when all the grandstands were being rebuilt, and his jokes, along with later his media career wafted down Moorabool St through the gaps in the grandstands.