What is a Sports Massage?

Sports & remedial massage addresses muscle and musculoskeletal imbalance; helps clinical rehabilitation from injury and accelerates recovery from intense exercise.

It is a more localised treatment than typical full body massage. Massage can benefit anyone with muscle pain, or looking to improve their range of movement.

Sports & Remedial Massage can help with:

Repetitive strain injury (RSI)

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Runner’s knee

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Shin splints

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Plantar facitis

What to expect
on your Sports Massage treatment?

In your first session, your massage therapist will take a full medical history; and ask about your lifestyle; any exercise routine and past injuries.

I will perform a physical assessment to determinate the cause of your pain or lack of movement. Please note initial treatments may only give you temporally relief and depending on your injury or condition, you may need more than one session.

Other benefits of Sports & Remedial Massage
in Islington & Mill Hill?

Sports and Remedial Massage is not just for people who are professional athletes or are preparing for a competition or marathon.

At my Mill Hill & Islington rooms  your treatments are personalised sessions that can also help you with non-sports related injuries.
Some common problems I can help:

  • Back & neck pain
  • Tension headaches & migraines
  • Sciatic, hip & lower back pain
  • Frozen shoulder
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