Your Specialist Sports Injury Massage Therapists
Welcome to Sports Massage Clinic created and run by Hannah Wood and Kevin Downey. We specialise in all types of sports massage therapy.
We Specialise in…
Sports Injury Massage
At the Sports Injury Clinic, we are able to use a variety of deep tissue techniques to recondition, re-programme and rehabilitate your body back to balance preventing you from injury.
This method aids the body’s natural healing process while providing support and stability to muscles and joints, as well as providing extended soft tissue manipulation.
Sport and Exercise Biomechanics encompasses the analysis of mechanics of human movement, explaining how and why the human body moves in the way that it does.
A fitness professional giving advice on exercise. We motivate clients by setting goals and providing feedback, we also measure client’s strengths and weaknesses with fitness assessments.
Muscle Energy Techniques (METs) describes a broad class of manual therapy techniques directed at improving musculoskeletal function or joint function, and improving pain.
Sports Nutrition is the science of nutrition and diet relating to athletic performance. We look at the type and quantity of fluid and food, and which nutrients are the most beneficial to each client.
Myofascial Release is a specialised physical and manual therapy used for the effective treatment and rehabilitation of soft tissue and fascial tension and restrictions.
Acupuncture is a treatment derived from ancient Chinese medicine in which fine needles are inserted at certain sites in the body for therapeutic or preventative purposes.
Sports Massage Therapy
As we all know, accidents happen and they can often result in injury. When an injury is left untreated the tissue state can change and fascia can become stuck, as a result Biomechanics will be affected.
We assess each individual’s biomechanics prior to treatment. Incorrect balance left over a period of time will cause surrounding muscle groups to work differently. Muscles can often become short, weak or congested and fascia pliability can change, this also can lead to injury.
Once any imbalances have been detected, a personal treatment plan will be prescribed. If poor tissue state is found we will recondition, re-programme and rehabilitate so biomechanics can regain equilibrium.
We ask that you work with us and carry out relevant exercises and stretches to achieve your maximum flexibility. It is essential that you concentrate on mechanical correction and balance throughout treatment and in daily living to promote a speedy recovery.
We will advise you on training, and will encourage you as an individual to return to fitness as and when safe to do so. It is important to complete the course until your tissue state has been reconditioned.
Sports Injury Massage involves fascia and connective tissue manipulation. It is can sometimes be quite uncomfortable and may bruise after your first treatment. However, this treatment can really help any injury. You do not have to be a sports person to benefit.
The following exercises and stretches are helpful to most clients whether or not you are suffering from injury.
They help with both mobility and flexibility, practice them on daily basis if possible.
Kevin is also qualified personal trainer and nutritionist, promoting weight loss with a combination of exercise and a balanced healthy diet. After an initial consultation you will be provided with help and support through one to one training, exercise and nutritional guidance.
Want to Know More?
For more information or to make an appointment, please call
07833 686065 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Sports Massage Clinic, Unit 8a, North Street Workshops,
Stoke sub Hamdon, Somerset, TA14 6QR