“Hi SueHope you had a lovely weekend!!My shoulder has felt soo much better since my visit, thank you!! I’ve just watched the videos, they’re really helpful 🙂 I am on a mission to get motivated to do more exercise and making the effort to move around more.
I will get in contact if I feel I need to come and see you again.Take care!”From Thatcham
Clinical Sports Massage Therapy for Painful Muscles, Aching Joints and Wellbeing
At some point in all of our lives, our bodies are likely to develop an ache, pain or general niggle that won’t go away. You may have taken a knock in a game of rugby or over exerted yourself on the tennis court; you might have put your back out raking up the leaves in the garden or developed a sore neck from sitting at your computer for too long in the office. Perhaps you are in the latter stages of your pregnancy and seem to have developed carpal tunnel syndrome. Very few of us will breeze through our busy lives without experiencing some kind of muscular discomfort or pain. Frustratingly, a trip to the doctor may not produce much more than a prescription for a painkiller and a recommendation to ‘take it easy’ for a few days. Our bodies do their best to cope with what we throw at them, but we were designed to be mobile hunter gatherers not sat 24/7 in front of a computer screen or playing exhaustive ball games. As a consequence our bodies often need a helping hand to fix those aches and pains. Clinical massage directly addresses complaints typically associated with sport injuries, work & lifestyle aches and pains and discomfort during pregnancy. It works by helping to calm your nervous system and relax the muscles of the body. Clinical massage plays an important role in your neurology. As a Clinical massage, movement and mobility specialist, working together, we can help with many of your aches, pains and discomforts. In doing so, clinical massage can help with a wide variety of problems, ranging from headaches and migraines to sprains and strains. Enabling your body to work at it’s best and for you to feel great.
Sports Massage can help you with:
- painful back, neck and shoulders
- sports injuries
- general muscle pain and tension
- tennis elbow, golfers elbow
- frozen shoulder.
- rehabilitation and mobility exercises to get you back to full fitness
“Sue’s massage has given me great relief from a persistent frozen shoulder” – Irene. Goring
I can guarantee a warm, comfortable therapy room, a treatment designed especially for you and complete confidentiality
Email or ring: 01635 273210 or 07795552910, if you have any questions I could help you with. Included within your first appointment is a Health Consultation to assess your injury and general wellbeing. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Sue Pitts