We offer Remedial, Sports and Relaxation massage at our clinics. Massage has a huge number of benefits to all the systems of the body. By massaging and releasing tension in the muscles there is a ripple effect to all the other systems of the body. It greatly facilitates the work of your Osteopath do get quicker and more long lasting results and it brings about a deep sense of relaxation and helps improve your circulation allowing your body to repair and renew.
Our massage therapists are both graduate Sports Therapists therefore they are experienced and knowledgeable when it comes to the structure of your body and the common bad habits the muscles get into when you have long-standing back or joint problems. They will communicate with our osteopaths to provide care specific to your needs.
How it works
Remedial massage addresses specific health and medical issues and your Graduate Sports Therapist is likely to be working closely with the osteopath as part of a structured care plan delivered as a team.
Relaxation massage is perfect if you're feeling stressed or anxious, having a relaxation massage is a wonderful way to unwind and also to improve your health. It may also be recommended as they are shorter in duration and ideal for working on specific areas as an introduction to massage.
Sports massage is a deep and invigorating massage that works to relax tight and stressed muscles. If you are involved in competitive sports, massage can be a very effective way of speeding up your recovery time and improving the performance of your body, as well as helping with injury prevention. Sports massage can be beneficial at all stages of your training programme. It works well for patients who are attending for osteopathic care and for those who exercise regularly. Our massage therapists will ask for your feedback and will tailor the depth and comfort level of the sports massage to your requirements.
With regular massage, people reach higher levels of performance, recover more quickly from injury, enjoy greater fitness, are better able to adapt to stress, and are empowered to know they are adding to their long-term health and quality of life.