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Kieser's strength training programs are designed to reduce your pain, help you to build strength for the long term and prevent recurrence of your pain or injury. Click below to get started on your Kieser journey.

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Current status of all Kieser clinics:

All Kieser clinics are open for all services: Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, 1:1 Assisted Training sessions and independent training

Physical distancing and hygiene standards apply at all clinics. If you have any questions, please contact our helpful Support Team here.

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Back Pain

The Spinal Program at Kieser

Pre/Post Surgery

to improve post-surgical outcomes


Strong body, strong bones

Strength over 40's

Program for all clients, regardless of age, condition or goals


Strengthening your body can help promote an active, pain-free and healthy life. The Kieser method is a fusion of health science and exercise science. It is an approach based on the key principles of exercise science and is grounded in decades of results from over 100 centres worldwide. Our focus at Kieser is on functional improvement irrespective of pursuits, age or condition. 

We accept all referral types:

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Spinal Programs at Kieser

Lumbar Extension Machine with female client

At Kieser we specialise in safe and supervised training for back pain. Our evidence-based spinal programs have a number of benefits: 

  • Objective back strength testing equipment
  • Professional guidance from qualified Physiotherapists
  • Specialised strength training equipment
  • Individualised training plans

Strength training for

Man with blue spine
Back Pain
Strength for cycling
Sports Performance
Physiotherapist treatment
Pre/Post Surgery
Thin person after weight loss
Weight Loss
A5 pelvic floor machine used by a woman
Pre/Post Pregnancy
Strong golf swing
strength over 40s
Strength over 40's
Strength over 70s
Strength over 70's


Strength training to manage heart health

Strength training is currently regarded as an essential part of prevention and rehabilitation programs for clients with cardiovascular conditions.

Keep Your Upper Back Strong with the C5

The C5, or rowing torso, strengthens the rhomboid and trapezius muscles of the upper back as well as the rear deltoid muscle of the shoulder.

Research Spotlight: Does strength training improve flexibility?

Recent research has shown that both stretching and strength training are equally effective at improving range of motion.

Keep your hips strong with the A4

The A4, or adductors, strengthens the hip adductors, and more specifically the adductor longus. The adductor muscles work together to bring our legs in to the body.