Sports Massage Prudhoe
Sports massage therapy uses varied tissue pressure to increase blood flow, reduce muscle tightness and increase your overall range of movement. Every massage is tailored to suit your needs.
Our sports massage therapists and physiotherapists use their expert knowledge of the human body to tailor each treatment to your particular needs, ensuring you leave feeling a lot better than when you arrived!
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can benefit from Sports Massage?
Sports massage therapy is suitable for everyone, not just those who participate in sporting activities.
Whether you train regularly, carry out repetitive movements at work or sit for long periods of time, sports massage can resolve musculoskeletal disorders and eradicate pain as well as improving your posture to optimise your physical performance, condition and quality of life.
What are the benefits of Sports Massage?
- Relaxing muscles by removing knots to ease pain and tension
- Preventing and/or relieving delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)
- Relieving swelling around joints
- Boosting circulation and the immune system which triggers faster recovery
- Helping to remove waste products after intense exercise (such as lactic acid)
- Improving flexibility, body strength, and overall range of movement
- Reducing heart rate and lowering blood pressure
- Increases lymph flow
- Shortening recovery time after strenuous exercise
- Improving mental health and well-being
- Reducing the risk of injury
Will I experience any pain throughout the treatment?
A sports massage aims to reduce discomfort, not create pain. Some of the deep pressure and trigger point techniques used during a sports massage can sometimes feel uncomfortable but it should not be painful. As soon as the therapist begins your massage they will ask you if the pressure is ok. If you feel any pain during treatment please ensure you make your therapist aware so that they can alter the pressure accordingly.
What can I expect during a sports massage treatment?
The first session will consist of an assessment which includes history taking, a range of movement analysis and a visual/manual examination of the painful area before treatment begins.
Get in touch today to discuss your symptoms, and our friendly team will be on hand to recommend the most suitable treatment route for you.