Sports massage is the manipulation and stretching of muscle and connective tissues for the purpose of enhancing functions of the body such as movement and performance.
Why might you need a massage?
When a muscle feels tight, tender, weak or painful it is a sign that it's congested. Muscle that is congested does not function at its full potential and will hold you back in carrying out a specific task be it athletic performance or a day to day activity. Deep tissue sports massage can help to decongest and improve the condition of the muscle which will alleviate the symptom.
Sports massage can help everybody
Sports massage is not only for sports people. Anyone who is experiencing everyday levels of strain and stress will benefit. Deep tissue massage releases muscular congestion and pain, aids the lymphatic system, improves circulation and enhances the functional quality of muscle tissue.
How do muscles become congested?
- frequent or intense training
- everyday use leading to general stiffness
- inefficient and incorrect use of the body
- postural imbalances
- previous injury or trauma
- under-developed/over-developed muscle.
If you are an athlete there is no doubt that sports massage will have an enormous impact on your performance. It's unique advantages are prevention of injury, controlling repetitive strain and overuse syndromes.
Regular treatment allows you to train to your full potential and recover optimally. Sports massage will help you by ensuring your muscles are in peak condition to allow you to perform to your best ability.
Clinic Update September 2020
We are pleased to re-open our 'in person' Physiotherapy service from 22nd September.
In order to keep you and our team safe we are only offering this service from Coombe Dingle Sports Complex, Coombe Lane BS9 2BJ. Free parking available
We will continue to offer our 'virtual' open clinic to help you establish if a 'face to face' appointment is necessary.
Appointments will be avaiable Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
If you would like to book an appointment with our Sports Physiotherapists Henry Abrahams and Patricia Collins, please get in touch.
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