How we help
You've decided that's it, you're not putting up with this niggling pain anymore, so now what? What treatment do you go for to get it sorted?
We understand how confusing it is to work out where to go and who to trust. We've taken the guess work out of it for you so all you need to do is book an appointment and we'll do the rest. We see hundreds of happy clients every month so you can trust that we know soft tissue and how to fix it.
During your first visit with us, your therapist carries out a consultation with you where they listen carefully to what your needs are and explain what treatment techniques are best for you. If you book a sports massage or sports therapy this could be massage, exercise therapy, a bit of both or a referral to another healthcare professional. We recommend your first treatment is no less than 60 minutes as it gives time to both assess your condition and give you a great massage.
If you book a physiotherapy appointment, this could be hands-on treatment, rehabilitation exercises or ultrasound. Your initial physiotherapy session can be either a 30 or 60-minute appointment.
Your results are important to us so we take our continued learning very seriously, plus we love it!
Our approach is a combination of all the techniques we've learnt over the years to give you the best possible outcome.
If you have an injury or long standing muscular restrictions it may take more than one session to fix. This is because muscles have memory so they can get locked into unwanted patterns or scar tissue can build up post injury.
By working together through a treatment plan of massage and home exercises our goal is to get you feeling good as quickly as possible. For these issues we recommend packages of 3 or 6 treatments, this is the most cost effect and quickest way to get back on track quickly.
Treatments with our team are priced depending on their experience. We have bronze, silver and gold levels, however, all of us are extremely well qualified and equally as good so please check out our bio’s and see who you’d like to try!
Package of 3 treatments
10% off total price
Package of 6 treatments
15% of total price
Services We Offer
Which treatment is best for your unique needs?
The main aim of sports therapy is to give you back your full function and movement following injury so that you can get back to peak fitness or simply continue enjoying your life, including sports and exercise. Sports therapy does this by working on restoring muscle strength, endurance, and power, and improving flexibility. Therefore it’s nearly always a course of treatments rather than a one-off session.
Deep Tissue Massage is a type of remedial massage that focuses on realigning the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. This approach is extremely beneficial for areas of the body that are suffering from chronically tense and contracted muscles.
A sports massage isn’t just for people who regularly play sports - and it’s not a massage only used to address sporting injuries. It’s a deep and rehabilitating process that manipulates the soft tissue to prevent injury, reduce muscle or tendon pain, and rid the soft tissue of stress.
Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future. It takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their care.
Dry Needling (Accupuncture)
Dry needling is the Western take on traditional Chinese acupuncture methods. Instead of focusing on meridian lines (chi), we focus on anatomical landmarks and local musculature to elicit a positive response in the tissue.
Although puncturing the skin causes little to no physical injury, the stimulation is enough to produce a natural healing response by the body. This is why there is increased circulation locally to the injection site and wound healing and pain modulation.
Spinal manipulation techniques (also known as HVT – high-velocity thrusts) are a specialised method used to alleviate pain, improve mobility, and enhance overall spinal health. Our trained professionals use controlled force to manipulate specific joints, predominantly in the spine. These techniques can effectively address conditions such as back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, and certain joint-related issues.
Strength & Conditioning
At its simplest form, Strength and Conditioning is the practical application of sports science to enhance movement quality. Being grounded in evidence-based research and the physiology of exercise and anatomy, the biggest focus is on preventing injury by developing better movement patterns which can help accelerate your recovery and performance.