Health and fitness company’s merge | North East Deals News

Health and fitness company’s merge

Teleri Hamilton

Two North East health and fitness companies have merged and invested more than £100,000 to refurbish and extend its premises.

Physiohaüs and Functional intelligent Training (F.I.T), which have more than 20 years’ experience, have joined together to become Momentum.

The move will allow the two businesses to combine their skillsets, which include bike fit, strength and conditioning training, physiotherapy, rehabilitation and coaching.

Its new facility, based at the Regent Centre in Gosforth, includes a 39-metre indoor sprint track and technology, which is used by Team GB, to enable fitness insights and provide treatment.

John Dennis, clinical lead physiotherapist and bike fit specialist, said: “The creation of Momentum comes from the recognition that in order to deliver the best possible service, we need to be specialists.  Bringing multiple experts together, employed in the same facility, allows people to benefit from overlapping experiences and skills.” 

He added: “We’ve created a centre where everyone, regardless of experience, should feel welcome and can rest assured they will have their needs attended to on an individual basis.”

Teleri Hamilton, director of strength and conditioning, added: “Physiohaüs and F.I.T. joining forces to create Momentum means we continue to offer and further develop as a centre of excellence, for our existing and future clients. We have an incredible selection of services and knowledge behind us, to allow people to monitor and enhance their performance in a completely new way.”

The formation of Momentum has resulted in three new employees, with a further three expected to join in coming months.






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