Sports Massage

Sports Massage

A Sports Massage is a special deep tissue massage which aims to provide relief to exercise related aches and pains within the muscles. it can support in recovery before and or after experience. Our Physiotherapists at Physio Hub are highly trained in Sports Massages to provide you with relief after exercise.

We will discuss your aims and objectives of the massage before we begin your treatment. This ensures you have the best experience and allows the physiotherapist to perform the treatment optimally.

The benefits of a Physio Hub Sports Massages Therapy:
· Reliefs excess muscle tension.
· Improved body posture.
· Increased range of motion in muscle and joints.
· Speeds up recovery after intensive exercise.
· May support preventing future injuries.
· General mental and physical relaxation.
· Stimulates mental alertness.
· Relief from muscle ache and back pain.
Different Massages

Remedial Massage Remedial Massages are used to return the body to optimal health post injury. Typically performed to treat strains, sprains, bruising, broken bones, and other injuries where the skin is intact. Remedial massages remove blockages, scar tissue, and damaged cells after injuries to speed up recovery and encourage the body to selfheal. Additionally, this type of massage can be used for repetitive strain injury and general back pain.



Deep Tissue Massage

This massage focuses on muscles located beneath the surface muscles. Deep Tissue Massages tend to be done by those involved in heavy physical activity, athletes or someone who has physical injury. Reliefs severe tension in the muscles and on connecting tissue.

Pregnancy Massage

A massage designed for expecting mothers, sometimes called pre-natal massage. Our pregnancy massage has been shown to decrease swelling in legs and arms to relieve aches, pain and reduce stress. Massage therapy has also been found to support in reducing depression and anxiety.

Swedish Massage

A Swedish Massage follows five different styles of strokes. The five strokes are effleurage, petrissage, tapotement, friction, and vibration/shaking. (Sliding, Kneading, Rhythmic Tapping, Cross Fibre).

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