Sports massage uses a range of techniques to address specific issues whether caused by a sports injury or more general wear and tear on the body. I use my knowledge as a trained Sports and Remedial massage therapist to asses and treat.
A recent acute injury (after the initial inflammatory stage has passed, usually 2 days)
An injury that’s not getting better
Work related injury
Do you finish the day with pain in your back, neck or wrists?
Do you have a physically demanding job, life?
Off work through back pain or repetitive strain injury?
Involved in sport activity ?
Sore muscles during or after exercise?
Is an injury preventing you from exercising?
Recently taken up or returned to physical activity?
As part of this assessment you may be asked to do some simple stretches or exercises to help identify possible causes of your condition.
"Went to see Sally after injuring my shoulder. I'd never had a massage before so I was a bit apprehensive but Sally put me at ease. She listened carefully and understandingly as I described my issue and explained what she thought the problem might be and how she would work on it. I noticed an improvement after my first session and have been back multiple times since, seeing more improvement each time to the point where my discomfort has been almost completely resolved. Looking forward to going back soon for a relaxation massage"
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