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Why do Foundation

The aim of Foundation Training is to manage and prevent back pain. People who have persistent back pain often move differently, stiffer, more guarded and slower. It’s common to avoid certain movements, like bending and to stop activities to protect their back.

Foundation Training helps to build you up both physically and mentally. It helps to expose your whole body to different poses and movements, allowing it to adapt and become less sensitive.

This can be a highly effective method of managing long term conditions such as persistent back pain, degenerative disc changes, spondylarthritis, scoliosis, hyper mobility and arthritis.

Laura’s story

Having a full-time office job, Laura found it challenging to maintain an active lifestyle. However, since she enrolled in our foundation training programme, she has not only gained greater stability, strength, and endurance, but also developed a deeper sense of connection with her body.

One-to-One sessions

Foundation Training can help you move away from pain and towards the following outcomes:

Movement confidence in daily life

Get back to loved activities

Less anxiety and worry about pain

Improved flexibility

Improved posture

Better balance

Better sleep

Pain relief

Feeling stronger

Increased energy

Sessions are available online and face-to-face in my clinic in Rainham, Kent

Don’t let back pain rule your life click here to book an initial consultation to discuss how Foundation Training can help you move away from pain.


Foundation Training
One to One

50 minutes / session







Foundation Training
Group Classes

45 minutes / session







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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!

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.

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.

Start your journey towards
moving away from pain!

Start your journey towards
moving away from pain!

Book an appointment