At the studio we offer a range of treatments from sports massage, to physiotherapy. One of our therapists is available every day at the studio. All you need to do is let Amy know what time suits you, and we will do the rest.
Sports massage explained
A sports massage is a very effective type of massage to improve muscle, fascia and connective tissue health.
It uses firm-pressure designed to release tight layers of muscle and tissue, which usually develops from bad posture, injury or overuse. Restoring proper function in the deeper tissues alleviates pain, muscle spasm, assists in injury recovery and improves your overall health.
In general, a sports massage can play an important role in anyone’s physical life. It can help to relieve pain, improve physical performance, increase flexibility and reduce stress and the risk of injury.
More specifically, a sports massage can help with muscular pain, whiplash, sports and work injuries, alleviating muscle strains, repetitive strain injuries, increase range of motion and flexibility, nerve compression and sciatica.
At the studio, or at home
Rob Sinclair – Physiotherapist and Sports masseur – PHOTO TO FOLLOW
Qualifications: Bsc degree in Sports Science, Diploma Sports massage/Sports therapy and Bsc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy, Certificate in Sports Trauma Management (ACPSEM).
Rob has been in the sports and fitness industry for almost 20 years. He has worked as a physio in both the public and private sector. He trained in South Africa, and then set up his own practice there. He has done a lot of work with professional and semi-professional athletes, alongside his work with the general public. Currently, he is working with the Saracens development programme, and has a number of private clients as well.
In practice he incorporates both physiotherapy and sports therapy techniques in his treatment sessions. These techniques include: sports massage, joint mobilisation, muscle activation, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, deep tissue massage and therapist assisted stretching. The purpose of these techniques are to alleviate stress, release tension, reduce pain, restore range of movement and improve muscle tone in order to both treat and prevent musculoskeletal injuries.
Rob is registered with the UK and South African Health Professionals Councils, and belongs to the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.
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