Back-in-a-Week


Sarah Key's Back-in-a-Week at Fernleigh is an intensive spinal therapy program held in the hill country of the Upper Hunter Valley. Fernleigh is a rural grazing property raising grass fed beef and fine wool merinos.  

Numbers are strictly limited to 6 people per program at the Back-in-a-Week so it's well to book early. Spouses and partners can accompany you to Fernleigh - and sit in on the lectures - even though they are not having treatment.



 


the clinical part



Understanding is the heart of the matter; a big part of getting better. Sarah takes particular care in explaining what's going on at individual spinal segments. She makes the anatomy and biomechanics of the spine so very simple. You'll wonder how you never knew!



“I have never met such a consummate professional, caring and most importantly someone who knows what she is doing. I've had surgery, chiropractic, osteopathy, physio, spine care machines, acupuncture. rolfing, sugar injections, years of exercise etc. Each comes with a story and a large price tag. Finally, Sarah has a solution - simple and effective.”
Carmel, UK 2006




Sarah will look at your scans and take down the history of your spinal problem. She also uses her hands to palpate your spine and to help with the clinical reasoning of your case.


the comfort and luxury part




Creature comforts are a big part of all Sarah Key's Health Vacations. The beds at Fernleigh feel as if you're sleeping on a cloud. The lectures at the Back-in-a-Week will explain exactly why the different loading pressures through your spine are so important. 'It makes sense' is a frequent comment.



We don't exactly kill you with cakes at Fernleigh. But there's fresh baking every day.
Food is another high priority. Almost Priority A alongside your back. Definitely not Priority B. 



Read some fascinating testimonials here about
experiences of Back-in-a-Week



Like most parts of The Outback, Fernleigh has warm to hot days and cool, sometimes freezing nights, as this frost testifies (although this photo was taken in July!). So, always bring your warm woollies with you - even in summer. 



Back-in-a-Week Fernleigh dates for 2017


23rd - 27th October 

4th - 8th December


Back-in-a-Week dates for 2018:


12th - 16th February

9th - 13th April 

27th - 31st August 

22nd - 26th October 

3rd - 7th December


For further enquiries, please call The Front Desk at
The Sarah Key Physiotherapy Centre on 61 2 9247 8627 



Costs and Inclusions . . .


There are various prices for the program, depending on the room occupancy. We can accommodate both single occupancy and double occupancy arrangements. In the case of double occupancy, either when both guests are in the Back-in-a-Week program and also where one only is participating. 

See the rates for Back-in-a-Week


Getting there . . .


Click here to read the various ways of getting to Fernleigh. Driving instructions can be sent when the booking has been paid for. 


booking and paying now . . . 


You can print the Application Form here for the Back-in-a-Week and scan & email it back to admin@sarahkey.com. Or, you can fax it to (02) 221 8103. You may find it simpler to telephone the SKPC Front Desk on(02) 92478627 to pay from your credit card direct 


Essential facts Sheet . . .


Click here to read the Essential Facts Sheet about Fernleigh



See more lovely photos in Fernleigh Photo Gallery

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“Consistently you will hear the same thing from participants -

“changed my life”,

“at last, a diagnosis.. some hope, something positive I can do to get better,”

“wonderful environment, atmosphere, friendly, caring, supportive staff.”

And they’re all true- especially the relief that people feel at finally finding an approach that works and validates their experiences of all those other ‘dead ends’. Even though there is no magic quick fix,’ all theses superlatives still only partially convey the power of their experience and the gentle sense of healing conveyed by Sarah Key.”

Ros, Tasmania, September, 2008