Massage therapy helps to release tight muscles, reduce pain, speed up tissue healing, increase body flexibility and reduce stress.
Massage increases the circulation enabling more oxygen and nutrients into the muscles which reduces muscle fatigue and soreness. Regular massage may help to strengthen the immune system due to an increase in white blood cells. Many people wait until they are already in pain before turning to massage, but why let it get that bad? It is a good idea to take regular massage as a preventative measure. Regular massage maintenance will increase your overall sense of wellbeing and keep your muscles in great condition which will help relieve pain and prevent injury. Samuel who is based at our Claygate clinic works closely with the Physios to provide an integrated service for our patients to help prevent recurring episodes of neck, back pain and sports injuries.
The types of massage we offer are:
- Sports massage
- Deep tissue and remedial massage
- Ante and post natal massage
- Swedish massage
Massage is used to treat a wide range of disorders, such as:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Muscular tension
- Sports injuries
- Headaches and migraines
- Ante- and post- pregnancy conditions
Massage Therapy is available at the Claygate clinic with Samuel on Wednesdays 6-9pm
£59.00 / 1 hour treatment
£37.00 / 30 minutes treatment
If you are not sure which type of massage would be best for you we suggest that you talk to Samuel at your appointment and he will be able to guide you.
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Post event massage can be carried out within a few days of your event. It aids in the removal of metabolic waste, lengthens tight muscles and reduces post exercise muscle soreness.
Massage can help after the birth too. As well as giving you some precious time to look after yourself, it promotes muscle healing and spinal alignment, important factors in returning your body to its pre-pregnancy state.Your massage practitioner will be trained specifically to work with the changes involved in pregnancy. The treatment will be safe for you and your baby.