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Who said you can’t keep fit whilst
you’re pregnant?

In fact there are numerous reasons why you SHOULD keep fit whilst you’re pregnant, not least because it improves muscle tone, strength and endurance. It also helps to relieve tiredness, back ache and ankle swelling, reduces feelings of stress and anxiety and improves sleep. At ProActive Sports Medicine we recognise that exercise in pregnancy is important, but that it is equally important for you to feel comfortable with your exercise programme. We understand that everyone will have different strengths and different limitations and will work closely with you to give you the most suitable programme for your needs.

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has produced useful guidance on exercise in pregnancy. Click here to visit their site >

"I greatly appreciated the care and thoroughness of your examination. My morale has been much improved by your diagnosis and prognosis. I was playing tennis and sailing over the weekend so I'm fully back to an active life."
Matthew Symonds
"Thank you to Dr Kipps for the advice I received about a swollen foot. I am pleased to say that I managed four marathons in 5 weeks following my last appointment. I am running regularly with a mid foot landing and have had no recurrence of the problem. Long may that continue."
Alasdair Stuart
"Dr Kipps played "Sherlock Holmes" and discovered the cause of the pain in my knees, where others had failed. Dr Kipps was kind and genteel and has a lovely manner about him. I would have no problems in recommending him."
Nick Garston
"I suffered terrible back problems with my pregnancy and was referred to Dr Kipps. I'd never had physio and was highly sceptical that anything would relieve my agony. I only needed one session and I was cured! I got my life back, albeit with an enormous belly."
Mrs RZ
"I was deeply impressed by the thoroughness of Dr Kipps's examinations and also the care and clarity with which he explained to me his diagnosis and my likely progress. Naturally, I would hope not to have to consult Dr Kipps again, but if through some misfortune I suffer any similar injury, I shall do so immediately and with great confidence."
Harry Rajak, Professor Emeritus, School of Law, University of Sussex