Clinical & Sports Massage Clinic

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Aches and pains, injuries stopping you doing what you want to do?

Sports injury, back pain, frozen shoulder, soft tissue injury stopping you enjoying the things you love to do?  

See how we could help with Clinical massage (COMT Clinical Orthopaedic Manual Therapy) incorporating orthopaedic testing, stretching and joint mobilisation and manipulation – perfect for lower back, SIJ (Sacroiliac Joint) problems, shoulder, ankle and knee issues.

Sports Injuries?  With Sports Massage and Clinical Massage, we combine Grade IV manipulation and mobilisation with the best Sports Massage around.  We don’t just deal with muscles, but the whole body as a system and seek to get you at your optimum!

 It is still a hands-on massage therapy treatment, but involves the use, where necessary, of gentle manipulation and mobilisation of the muscles, soft tissues, and joints of the body. As well as the specific massage to affected areas, I also use stretches to help muscle and joint mobility.

Every treatment is based on the specific individual and looks at the whole biomechanics of a person to better understand how they are moving and possible solutions to stop repeated niggles and injuries coming back.

You also get the relaxation benefits that you would from a purely relaxation massage – again, the appointment is about getting you at your optimum.

The best results are often used with specific techniques such as IASTM
Perfect for many sports injuries, and soft tissue injuries, using a range of techniques such as IASTM Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage

Benefits Of Clinical & Sports Massage Therapy:

Reduces pain
Increases range of motion
Relieves muscle tension
Reduces stress and anxiety
Improves circulation
Promotes relaxation
Enhances sleep quality
Improves overall well-being

What Conditions Can We help with

Clinical and Sports massage can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions, including:

  • Pain: Clinical and Sports massage can be used to relieve pain from a variety of sources, including muscle pain, joint pain, and nerve pain. It can also be used to reduce pain from surgery or other injuries.
  • Muscle tension: Clinical and Sports massage can help to release muscle tension and improve flexibility. This can be helpful for people who suffer from chronic pain, sports injuries and pre/post event.
  • Circulation: Clinical massage can help to improve circulation by increasing blood flow to the muscles and tissues. This can help to reduce swelling and promote healing.
  • Range of motion: Clinical massage can help to improve range of motion by breaking up scar tissue and adhesions. Using Thai massage and Clinical stretching techniques, this is perfect for sports injuries or to be at your best!
  • Stress and anxiety: Clinical massage can help to reduce stress and anxiety by promoting relaxation and releasing endorphins.

Helping You Be At Your Best

Because we look at the way your whole body moves, and not just the area of pain, it makes us the #1 expert massage therapist of choice for sports injuries and other soft tissue problems.  Is there a recurrent knee pain, back pain that just won’t go away?  By looking at the biomechanics of your whole body, we often find there are problems – a slight niggle, a slight back pain or shoulder pain that was just beginning to register with you.  Does that sound familiar?

Often compensatory patterns occur and you find that the other uninjured side now starts to ache.  Using Clinical massage therapy techniques means we can not only identify these imbalances, but work on them and get you back to doing the things you love the most. 

Techniques

Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT):

Specific massage techniques to balance the nervous system. Ischemic compression on trigger points to relieve pain.

Stretching Techniques:

Passive stretching to improve range of motion. Active stretching to engage the client in the process.

CR Stretching:

To further help with tight muscles, a therapist guided contract and relax method of gaining further pain relief and mobility

Swedish Massage:

Effleurage: Long, sweeping strokes to warm up the muscles. Petrissage: Kneading and squeezing motions to release tension.

Trigger Point Therapy:

Identifying and applying pressure to trigger points to alleviate pain. Ischemic compression to release tight knots in muscles.

Joint Mobilization:

Gentle movements to improve joint flexibility. Rotation and oscillation techniques to enhance joint function.

Post-Isometric Relaxation (PIR) Stretching:

Combining muscle contraction and stretching for increased flexibility Helpful for releasing tight muscles and improving posture.

Deep Tissue Massage:

Slow, firm pressure targeting deeper muscle layers. Cross-fiber friction to break up adhesions and scar tissue.

Cross-Fiber Massage:

Friction applied across muscle fibers to break up adhesions. Useful for addressing scar tissue and improving mobility.

Myofascial Release:

Applying sustained pressure to release tension in the fascia. Stretching and lengthening techniques to improve flexibility.

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