Many people choose SPORTS MASSAGE as the first port of call to relieve and help stress build-up of certain parts of the body when active with sports, whether it be professional sport or amateur sporting activity.
A sports massage can be used before or after training or before a marathon run, this can help alleviate stress which builds up in the muscles and soft tissues. Tension in joints brought on by putting strains on ligaments, joints and tendons can affect your sports activity. The use of massage has been used for many years and is also used to help you to train injury free, it helps with increasing muscle flexibility and achieving the best in whatever chosen sports or activity you have chosen to do.
SPORTS MASSAGE can also help with people who are suffering from aching shoulders due to work situations, sitting at a desk, or bending incorrectly. The clinic runs a back to work assessments together we would work out a plan to resolve any back pain, neck pain, which could consist of either physiotherapy or remedial massage.
Sarah spearing our sports massage therapist, was an athlete for many years as a PROFESSIONAL DANCER and still teaches today choreographer.
Being in the field of a dancer helps her to diagnose and treat many sports related pains and aches. Sarah’s expertise sets her ahead of other sports massage therapists as she has a wealth of knowledge in exercise, strength and core stability and can help condition the body with strength and flexibility improving technique to minimise the risk of injury.
Sports massage can help with the following conditions:
- Muscle aches
- Muscle strains
- Neck shoulder aches
- Frozen shoulder
- Tennis elbow
- Overuse injuries
- Dance injuries
- Running injuries.