Sports Therapy and Sports Massage
Release of muscular tension and associated pain
Improving circulation- speeding up recovery and healing processes
Improving tissue elasticity- increasing flexibility and range of movement
Reducing the risk of injury recurrence
Relaxation- psychologically and physically
An example of some of the treatments offered:
All work to speed up the rate of healing:
Used on open wounds (inc.
), vascular tissues, superficial muscle tears, tendon sheathing (e.g.
, nerves, trigger points.
tendons (tears/ruptures), ligaments (knee/ ankle etc), scar tissue
(to encourage breakdown), increasing elasticity of scar tissue, reduces risk of adhesion formation,
, restart the healing process.
, increase local blood flow, reduce swelling.
Pulsed Short Wave Therapy
oedemas, inflammation, haematomas, nerves, muscles
(research also shows successful use in Osteoarthritis, in particular
Increasing muscle strength
Used post injury to rebuild the muscle
Used to pinpoint individual weak muscles
Pre & Post Event Massage
Pre-event warm up, preparing the body for exercise, reducing injury risk
Post-event cool down. Helping to prevent the lactic acid pooling around the body, creating DOMS
Acupuncture for Sports Injuries
Lower back pain
Tennis/ Golfers elbow
Cryo & Thermal Therapy
Ice- reduce inflammation and pain
Heat- reduce pain and increase circulation. relaxing surrounding muscles
Increasing the rate of healing
(Trigger Point Therapy)
Used to eliminate pain and restore motion
Reducing tightness and shortness of muscles, stretching the fascia to create easier movement - caused by overuse/ trauma of the myofascia that covers your muscles
Therapeutic/ Remedial Massage
Full body/ Specific areas
30 min - £35
1hour - £45
*Please note first sessions will include an initial consultation.
*Prices will vary for home visits.
Bath Sports Therapy | Sports Massage | Biomechanical Assessment
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