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Fundamental movement testing - why?

Sunday, January 24, 2016 by
Last week RJO Massage Therapy practitioner, Chris Sudworth teamed up with a personal trainer from E-Volve Fitness, Cardiff. The purpose of this alliance was to ensure this trainer's clients had the best start before embarking on their journey of physical fitness and well being. This was done through the means of functional movement testing. Each new client was subject to a sequence of exercises and drills ranging from an o Continue...

Are you warming up for winter?

Monday, December 07, 2015 by
It has come to light, or should I say dark, that in the last few weeks the weather has taken a turn for the worse. As those wintry weeks set in it is likely that the prospect of exercising, especially when outside, is making your blood run cold. One thing that I have noticed recently, other than the increase in central heating bills, is the number of clients I have seen with muscle strains. Muscle strains or ‘pulled muscle Continue...
What is Sports Massage? I'm hoping you all know by now, but do your friends and family? It has recently been brought to my attention through client practitioner conversation that a lot of people haven't had this sort of treatment before. Why is this? Sports massage is a far more sophisticated approach to manual treatment which can offer a broader range of benefits than the traditional massage technique.  Continue...
*** Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) - Pain in your knee? *** Iliotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS) is one of the most common overuse injuries among runners. ITBS occurs when the IT Band that runs down the outside of your thigh becomes tight or inflamed. The IT band attaches to the knee and helps stabilize and move the joint. When the IT band isn't working properly, movement of the knee (and, therefore, running) becomes painfu Continue...
* Attention all Massage Therapists * Opportunity to work in the French Alps for the winter! Get in contact with MassageMe. Massage-me provide home visit massage to all holiday makers and members of the public staying in the Alps during the winter season. Incredible opportunity and very professional company. http://www.massage-me.com/recruitment (http://www.massage-me.com/recruitment/)/  Continue...
Case Study - Sports Massage During Frozen Shoulder (Cardiff, South Wales) This case study describes how we helped Ryan from Cardiff, South Wales, recover from shoulder injury using sports massage therapy Ryan, a tennis player in her mid 40's from Cardiff, South Wales, recently called into our clinic to receive a sports massage treatment following a history of frozen shoulder. Ryan had previously received treatment from  Continue...

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