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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between your online and face-to-face services?

For anyone seeing me in my clinic, I can include manual therapy. Everything else is the same. Manual therapy is an excellent addition to symptom management, but the most critical aspects are understanding your back pain and knowledge of how best to manage it and move.

Can you help me with my specific back problem?

Many of my clients already have a diagnosis, a disc injury, scoliosis, hypermobility, spondylarthritis, sciatica, etc. I screen everyone before accepting them as a client to ensure we can work together safely. If this is your first episode of back pain and you are worried about your symptoms, it is best to speak to your GP first.

How can I work with you?

I offer face-to-face and online appointments. Online appointments are on Zoom. You can book a consultation here.

How long are coaching sessions?

All of my sessions last a minimum of 60 minutes.

What will I need to work with you online?

All calls take place on Zoom. I need to be able to see all of you on camera standing up or laying down. A laptop or tablet is best as a phones screen may be too small. If we are doing movement-based work, you will need a yoga mat, space to be able to stand up, lay down on the floor on your back or your tummy (we can adapt everything if you can’t get down onto the floor), a dining room-style chair and, of course, comfortable clothing.

What is Foundation Training

Whole-body movements designed to help you move away from pain. No specialist equipment is required. It will improve your posture and work your back muscles to build confidence and resilience. It is highly adaptable to suit all abilities, so you don’t need to be flexible or good at stretching.

How much does it cost?

Each person’s experience of back pain is unique, so a programme is tailor-made to what you need as an individual and your goals, so the cost depends on your specific needs.

What makes the Back Care One-To-One Coaching different?

One-to-one coaching addresses more than just the biomedical side of back pain. It addresses how your back pain affects you physically, emotionally and in your daily life. It aims to help you learn about your back pain, understand how you have made sense of it, and provide you with ways of managing it in the future so you can manage and reduce your back pain.

Still not sure if I am the right person to help you with your back problem?

Book a free 15-minute zoom call to find out more.

Carol Seaborne

Back Care Clinic founder

Carol Seaborne lives in Kent with her husband Andy, who she has been married to for 30 years. They both share a love of sports and play a lot of sports together, often competing against one another. They have two grown-up daughters who live nearby with their fur babies.

In her free time, Carol enjoys walking her black lab, Scout, and listening to podcasts about pain science, movement or other health and wellness topics. Carol manages her own pain through weight training, cycling and foundation training. She also loves cooking and has finally invested in an air fryer!