Orthopaedic and Sports Massage Therapy
Expect the best for your body: Providing an innovative variety of treatments to free your body of stress and discomfort plus re-establish healthy movement and promote relaxation. The aim is to acknowledge, identify, eliminate or reduce pain caused by injury, strains, sprains or trauma. Then let's keep you feeling great.
Where: Surbiton, Richmond, Clapham, St. Margarets and the West End in central London.
You are in safe hands: extensive training with many great educators and techniques, ranging from Eastern traditions to cutting edge Western therapies, and all disciplines integrated into one amazing experience.
Get the unique H.E.L.P system:
Hurt something? acknowledge and awareness
So you have decided to do something about your issue. Great! The first stage of getting better is acknowledging that something is "not quite right". Once you understand this you are committing to yourself to do something for you.
Evaluate your issue with a detailed assessment
Let's see why you are feeling the way you are. Let's find out if it's a muscular, joint, ligaments or nerves causing the issue. By taking you though a series of simple assessments we can hone down to what may be causing your issue in your tissues.
Liberate the pain
Goal-orientated treatment plan devised using the best tools and techniques available: Western ways: Orthopaedic assessment, sports massage, remedial, deep tissue, stretching techniques, pregnancy massage, postnatal body renewal, myofascial release, soft tissue release, postural alignment correction, myofascial release (muscular release), sports kinesio taping, hot or cold stones, trigger point therapy, craniosacral therapy and gentle joint manipulation. On the Eastern front: medical acupuncture, pulse reading, Qi (Chi) energy reading, acupressure, amma fusion (shiatsu, thai, tuina an eastern synergy of all disciplines), minimal reflexology, meridian massage.
Play and practice your way better
To maintain the work you get done in treatment you will be given some great aftercare advice. This may be in the form of stretches, rehabilitation movements or strengthening exercises to try. Get some work done and you do some work to help yourself.