Do you feel nervous about returning to skiing this winter? You are not alone!
Enjoying skiing is about confidence. If you feel nervous you'll not only fear injury, it's also been proven that it actually does increase the risk of injury. Wimbledon Clinics have a proven track record of getting skiers back to skiing safely after they've had an injury and particularly those who’ve had surgery.
We are offering the Ski Club members, their friends and family an exclusive discount of £295 per ticket (reduced from full price of £445).
- An hour long, in-depth assessment at Wimbledon Clinics prior to the event day, with Kate Robertson, our physiotherapist who specialises in ski injury. Kate will assess whether you are "ski-fit", and if not, she will develop a bespoke rehabilitation programme. The assessment will need to be booked as soon as possible after purchasing your ticket to ensure enough preparation for the 'Ski Day'.
- A personalised strength programme, that is specific not only to you but also for skiing.
- Admission to the Snow Centre, Hemel Hempstead, including lift pass, skis, boots and instruction with the Warren Smith Academy, for a whole day on Saturday 25th November. You will work with an instructor by starting with very basic techniques and building up your confidence until you are skiing comfortably. Both Jonathan Bell and Kate Robertson will attend on the day to help with questions and any niggles.
- You’ll be monitored throughout the day by a knee injury specialist to spot any parts of your technique that may put you at risk of further injury.
We've been doing this for ten years, and all of us are passionate skiers. Your team of experienced specialists will include knee surgeon Jonathan Bell, specialist physiotherapist and ski instructor Phil Hopper from the Warren Smith Academy. They have worked out exactly what's needed to get you back to skiing with confidence.
Please contact Ellie to arrange a day and time for your in-depth assessment - firstname.lastname@example.org 0208 944 5659.
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