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Sports Massage

Sports Massage Clinic

Sports Massage can help you and your body work to the highest level and performance. It will help you train harder, faster and better than before, whilst reducing the risk of injury.

The most common of all injuries is over-use. It develops slowly and you will unlikely be aware of any problems until it has reached a critical level. Early treatment can prevent this becoming an injury.

While injury prevention is my ultimate goal - I strive to get my injured clients up and training or competing as quickly, and safely, as possible.

More and more people are realising that a complete workout routine includes not only the training itself, but also caring for the wear-and-tear and minor injuries that naturally occur with any exercise, especially weight training.  

Total Training
The physiological and psychological benefits of massage make it an perfect complement to a total training program. 
Incorporating massage in your whole training program has many benefits. With regular treatment you will be able to sustain higher levels of training and improved performance whilst reducing the risk of injury.

Regular Sports massage releases the tension in the fascia and muscles, accelerating the healing process. 

The Benefits include:

Dispersion of Lactic Acid around the body

Prevention of scar tissue build up 
Detection of muscular trauma/injury at an early stage
Faster recovery following intensive training
Increased range of movement
Improved and correction of posture
Enhanced performance 
Increased quantity and quality of training
The ability to push your body and muscles harder then before

What Injuries Can a Sports Massage Treat?
Back & Neck pain, Headaches, Runners Knee, ITB problems, Piriformas syndrome, Sciatica, Achilles Tendon issues, Tennis Elbow, Rotator Cuff injuries, Shin splints, Hamstring and Calf Strain and many more conditions affecting training, mobility & everyday life.

Pre-Event Massage
A pre-event sport specific massage should be included as part of a normal warm-up routine. It brings a state of readiness to your tissues, muscles and mind to optimise athletic performance. 

Post Event Massage
After an event, this will help rehabilitate tissues and muscles from athletic stress. It can prevent the onset of sports related injuries by re-establishing full range of movement and enhancing circulation into the tight muscles and and help remove waste.