Health Trainer Service

The Personal Health Trainer Service Offers free, confidential support to make healthy lifestyle choices and changes

A Liverpool NHS Personal Health Trainer is someone who:

  • is known in the local community;
  • lives and/or works in the local community and understands the issues and challenges faced by people in their community;
  • has undergone extensive training and keeps up to date with all the latest health information;
  • can deliver support or advice in a way which is understool by local people
  • can be there to support and motivate people who want to change certain aspects of their lifestyle or behaviour;
  • is easily accessible and who is available at flexible times to meet the needs of individuals within their community.

The Main roles of the Liverpool Personal health Trainer is to:

  • offer support and signposting to individuals
  • make referrals to the appropriate agencies that can help you to make a lifestyle change
  • work with you on a one-to-one basis to plan out your journey to a healthier lifestyle

Eligibilty for the service

  • you must be over the age of 16 years
  • personal trainers cannot work with people with existing long term health conditions, such as heart disease, diabetes
  • looking to lead a healthier lifestyle
  • thinking of giving up smoking or reduce your alcohol intake
  • wanting to become more fitter or more active
  • wanting to become more stonger or more mobile
  • thinking of changing to a healthier diet
  • needing help and support to make a positive lifestyle change

Appointments are available at the practice with the Health Trainer on Mondays between 2.00pm and 5.00pm.  Please ring reception on 0151 295 8830 to book your appointment.