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Sports Therapy

Sports Therapy is an aspect of medical health care, focused on the prevention of injury, management and rehabilitation of the patient back to full functional sports or occupational fitness. 


Sports Therapy isn't just for the sports person. Postural problems and day to day living will lead to imbalance in strength and flexibility and this is something that Sports Therapy can help with.


As Sports Therapists we are able to assess and treat a wide variety of injuries, from acute (new) to chronic (old) problems, postural and biomechanical faults in sporting and non sporting bodies.


All musckuloskeletal (MSK) issues can be addressed, much like a Physiotherapist, we spent 3 years studying for the degree in MSK, specialising in Sports and daily dysfunctions. 

We are regulated by the Sports Therapy Association

Sports Therapy Association

Acupressure Neck Massage

Musculoskeletal (MSK) & Sports Injury Therapist

The Musculoskeletal (MSK) System is vital for the body to move. It includes all the body’s bones, joints, muscles, cartilage, tendons, ligaments and other connective tissue such as fascia. This system supports the body and literally holds it up, allows movement and protects the organs. All vital aspects to survival.

When we are injured or illness affects part of the MSK system, it can lead to knock on effects for the rest of the body. MSK therapy works to heal and stabilise any issues, allowing the body’s systems to work cohesively together once more.


Benefits of MSK therapy;

  • Allowing the body’s innate healing process to heal injuries in the MSK system (the body does generally know what to do but we just give it a helping hard and a push in the right direction when it’s perhaps a little lost!)

  • Strengthening muscles, and helping to avoid future injury

  • Reducing swelling and pain in joints and muscles

  • Maintaining health and fitness

  • Correcting dysfunctional movement patterns

  • Addressing poor breathing which has a huge effect not only on our movement patterns, but our general wellbeing and health

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