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Sports Massage, Physio and Chiropractor

Sports Massage, Physio and Chiropractor

Which one should I go to?

I hear these questions all the time, so hear is my answer.

Physiotherapist- work to help skeletal (bones and muscles) neurological (nerves) orthopaedic (post operation) and respiratory (breathing). This is done through a series of techniques including hands on along with rehabilitation to be done at home.

Sports Massage Therapist- Sports massage is a form of physical therapy which involves manipulating the soft tissues of the body (skin, fascia, muscles, tendons, and ligaments) in order to promote recovery, reduce inflammation, limit the future risk of injury, and/or to restore normal tissue function and form following an injury.

Chiropractor- focus on treating the spine by using their hands to examine and treat health conditions related to the bones, muscles, and joints (musculoskeletal problems). They lubricate joints through a series of cracks in various places that feel out of sync.

So, with reference to a physiotherapist, chiropractors, and sports massage therapist. We all work towards the same purpose which is helping people to get better Therefore, as a Sports Massage Therapist I refer many clients to a Chiropractor or Physiotherapist if I feel this would better suit to them. As a sports massage therapist I am also trained to assist in passive stretching and demonstrate relevant exercises conducive to client’s individual needs.

To book a sports massage treatment

Contact Jenny or 07758754317


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