Remedial Deep Tissue and Sports Therapy Massage

Remedial Deep Tissue & Sports Therapy Massage – what we offer

Remedial deep tissue massage is used to help the body to return to normal health, typically after an injury. It is also used to help muscular-skeletal disorders such as back and neck pain. It can be used by anyone, from office workers to marathon runners.

Your sport is really important to you, and so its really important to us to help you understand why an injury has occurred and get you training as quickly as possible.

Which Therapists?

Aidan Keeble - Sports MassageRemedial Deep Tissue & Sports Therapy Massage is offered by Aidan.

Remedial & Sports Therapy Massage at Clinic on the Green

If you have sustained an injury or are just functioning under par, we recommend a good deep tissue massage and joint assessment. From this, we can help to identify underlying problems in joint control or muscle balance. We can advise on how to improve these things for yourself and whether further treatments will be necessary. Sometimes a good sports massage is all it takes; sometimes, a little more goes a long way.

The benefits of this type of massage include:

  •  increased joint mobility
  • improved muscle function
  • less compacted tissue (removing knots)
  • fewer postural imbalances
  • prevention of scar tissue
  • increased circulation
  • increased vitality
  • enhanced sporting performance

Sports Massage can help in the treatment of:

  • back pain
  • pain and injuries resulting from sport
  • neck and shoulder pain
  • muscle strain
  • joint stiffness
  • foot pain

At Clinic on the Green, we like to work collaboratively, so you may be referred to an osteopath for more structural alignment in your joints, or to Rob, our musculoskeletal (MSK) podiatrist, to see if some changes in gait and foot control are what you need.

Your sport is really important to you, so its really important to us to help you understand why an injury has occurred, get you training as quickly as possibly and prevent future recurrences or related injuries.