Specialist Massage Therapy in Castle Bromwich, Birmingham.
Sports massage can help you achieve lasting relief using a combination of traditional massage and advanced manipulative techniques.
Deep tissue massage is a type of massage therapy that uses slow, deep pressure to locate and relieve painful restrictions within muscles and fascia.
Pregnancy massage utilizes traditional Swedish massage techniques and more advanced techniques such as myofascial release and lymphatic drainage.
Swedish massage involves the use of slow, rhythmical and therapeutic movements intending to manipulating the soft tissues of the body.
Low back pain effects up to 80% of us at some point in our lifetime. Common conditions effecting the low back include muscle strains, sciatica and facet joint dysfunction.
Neck pain is a common complaint that often effects people who sit for long hours at work, and people who are prone to experiencing stress, tension and anxiety.
Shoulder complaints are the third most common complaint we see. Complaints include frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tendinopathy and impingement syndromes.
Hip and pelvis pain is common among expecting mums, the elderly, people who sit for long hours at work, and people who participate in sports and exercise such as weightlifting.
Every person who participates in sports and exercise has experienced some form of knee pain. Many knee complaints such as runners knee can be easily treated if caught early.
Ankle and calf pain is common among runners and people who spend a long time on their feet at work. Common complaints include muscle strains and ligament sprains.
Injuries are common in people who participate in sport and exercise. Common injuries include hamstring strains, groin strains, runners knee, tennis elbow and swimmers shoulder.
Mums to be can experience various kinds of muscular complaints during pregnancy. Common complaints include low back pain, pelvic girdle pain and hip pain.
Treatment doesn’t always have to be about pain and injury. Sometimes we need therapy to help us feel better, reduce stress, anxiety, and to provide a sense of health and wellness.