Sports massage Therapy
and Dry Needling
New Patient Assesment £50 (1hour session)
Follow-Up Sessions £50 (50mins) £35 (30mins)
Under 17s New Patient Assesment £30 (30 mins)
Under 17s Follow-up £30 (30 mins)
If you have a long standing injury or sports injury or other aches and pains, massage can help relieve your pain. Even the pain of arthritis can benefit.
If you are stressed or anxious, massage is a wonderful way to unwind and also improve your health.
Athletes regularly use massage to prevent injuries.
Which Type of Massage is Best for Me?
Sports Massage Therapy
This is a deeper form of massage bringing about the release of chronic muscle tension and can induce dramatic improvements in pain levels, function and sporting ability.
Sports Massage is beneficial as a preventative therapy and regular maintenance treatment is recommended to prevent injuries/tension recurring.
Trigger Point Therapy and Dry Needling
This involves deactivating trigger points that may cause local pain or refer pain and other sensations, such as headaches, to other parts of the body. Manual pressure, vibration or acupuncture needles are applied to these points to relieve myofascial pain.
References: Chiropractic & Osteopathy 2010, 18:3 , Psychological Bulletin 2004 130:1
A more relaxing massage, therapeutic massage gently eases tension from muscles in your back and other parts of your body leaving you feeling as light as feather.
Massage lowers levels of stress hormones in the body and helps us cope with busy lives. It also aids circulation and can be helpful for pain relief.
Deep Tissue Massage
Deep Tissue massage is designed to relieve severe tension in the muscle and the connective tissue or fascia.
This type of massage focuses on the muscles located below the surface of the top muscles.
Deep tissue massage is often recommended for individuals who experience consistent pain, are involved in heavy physical activity, such as athletes, and patients who have sustained physical injury.
Massage has Been Show To Help
(CHIROPRACTIC & OSTEOPATHY 2010, 18:3 , PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN 2004 130:1)
Massage May Help
– Tennis elbow
– Knee osteoarthritis
– Jaw pain
– Sub-clinical depression
– High blood pressure
Naomi Cosgrave & Matt Mellor
A chiropractor specialising in gentle corrections to ligaments and joints to rebalance the neuromuscular system
Former RAF medic and current Level 4 Sports Massage Therapist, passionate about fixing problems other physical therapists haven’t.
A fully qualified Sports Massage therapist, Hypnotherapist and ECB L1 Cricket Coach.