TPM are the experts in Movement Health
Movement Health is about the health of our movement system. A place that is injury free and full of options about how you use your movement. It is about helping people move more freely and easily.
We supply the TPM Pro system to movement focused clinics and professionals around the world to deliver the best Movement Health to their clients.
TPM Pro Clinics deliver TPM Active, improving Movement Health for all from elite athletes to the wellness minded older and active.
TPM Elite giving movement efficiency for robust and efficient performance in athletes, designed for elite sport environments and now available for all.
How TPM works
TPM Active is a well-proven Movement Health system used by globally by thousands,
from elite athletes to the older and active wellness minded to:
With TPM, you can:
1. Assess movement
2. Analyse where improvements can be made
3. Design bespoke movement re-training programmes to help you achieve goals
4. Track improvements over time for long term Movement Health
TPM is available to everyone from a growing global network of TPM Movement Specialists.Find your nearest TPM Movement Specialist Here >
"Southampton Football Club uses TPM Elite.
We believe The Performance Matrix has played a contributing role in the club’s success, on and off the field"
Southampton Football Club
10 Ways to benefit from better Movement Health
Beat Personal Bests
By achieving a better state of Movement Health, train injury free, increase movement efficiency and beat personal bests. TPM identifies individual development opportunities and designs a personalised retraining programme.
By exerting more choice and control in movement there is an improvement in sport and your training regime (e.g. golf swing, backhand smash, cycling technique or serve could all be improved by better Movement Health).
Reduce exercise-related pain
Pain experienced during exercise may be caused or exacerbated by some type of a Movement Health issue. By identifying and addressing the root cause, TPM can reduce and eventually eliminate the pain.
Diagnose Movement Health – and track your progress over time
TPM assesses and scores the state of Movement Health and designs a retraining programme. It enables targets to be set and achieved in both the short term and long term.
Avoid recurring injuries
Those that experience recurrences could almost certainly benefit from better Movement Health. TPM Active can get to the root of the issue, and enables athletes to be injury-free for longer.
Increase your enjoyment of sport and exercise
Many people stop participating in sport and exercise because it causes them pain, or because they are forever frustrated by their technique. TPM Active can help them understand the barriers – and break them down, one-by-one.
Understanding Movement Health can reduce injury risk
Those more in tune with their Movement Health can address the danger signs of an impending injury. TPM Active empowers individuals to take control of their movement health.
Everyone has the potential to be flexible (irrespective of your age or your build). By understanding and improving Movement Health, individuals can work towards greater movement efficiency and flexibility – and benefit over the long-term.
TPM improves movement options. Movement efficiency can shift technique during training and competition and so improves endurance.
Long term Movement Health
Regular TPM Active assessment allows individuals to track the state of their Movement Health in the long term to match personal goals.
How you can benefit from TPM
If you are someone who cares about being active
Take a look at how the TPM works for people like you - and find out how you could benefit.
If you're a physiotherapist or movement professional
Take a look at how TPM could bring more people to your practice, and help you offer a better, fuller service.
If you're responsible for elite athletes
Take a look at how we work with elite athletes and sports teams and the type of consultancy we provide.
Even the best athletes find that their body does not always move in the way they want it to:
"When i'm running, my left knee always moves too far across my body. I know it's slowing me down, but I just can't help it."
"I can never lift weights as high as other people. It's not that they're too heavy. It's just that my arms refuse to go up any further."
"For some reason, I always have trouble looking over my shoulder. I notice it most when I reverse my car."
"Each time I serve, I land too heavily on my left foot. If I concentrate, I can stop it happening. But I want to be concentrating on the serve itself."
"Whenever I climb the stairs, I find myself leaning forward and going in to a strange crouching position. It must look really weird."
"I'm totally paranoid about twisting and turning. I'm forever worried I'll get injured, and It's definitely affecting my game."
These are just a few examples. We could give you thousands more.
In each case, it might be down to an old injury, a bad habit, or just the way your body is built. But, whatever the cause, you are prevented from moving or performing at your very best - and may be prone to recurring injuries.
Our internationally recognised assessment framework and retraining strategy offers a structured approach to help therapists optimise movement health and reduce recurrence of pain and enhance patients’ quality of life. We deliver training and expert skills development to physiotherapists & physical therapists to help people move better, feel better and do more.