A Must For All Athletes
Sports Injury Massage Therapy
Benefits of Sports Injury Massage Therapy
Massage is a key part of recovery from Muscle Injuries as well as before and after matches and training.
I also have a tens machine which I use for injuries. Soothes aches and pain and helps in the healing process and helps with circulation for more information just ask
Sports Injury Therapist (Sports Therapy)
This is varied from strapping to treatment and rehab of a wide range of injuries, Injury Treatments
Exercise prescription as well as recovery all this and more. Just ask for further information
There Can Be Benefits in Using a Tens Machine
I often use a Neurotech MediTens XP Tens Machine which works by gently stimulating your sensory nerves, to suppress or block the pain signal to the brain.
This gives immediate pain relief, allowing you to feel the ‘tingling’ sensation from the MediTens XP rather than the pain.
MediTens XP encourages the release of endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers, through a comfortable tapping sensation.
Injuries & Strains Happen
Whatever Your Sport Is
I Can Help To Bring You Back To Full Fitness !.
Whatever Your Sport Is?
You Can Benefit From
Hiring A Sports Injury Therapist
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