What can a Sports Massage do for you?
At The Treatment Room, we take a special interest in sporting injuries and the rehabilitation of common issues affecting players of
Sports massage entails the management, manipulation and rehabilitation of the soft tissues within the body in any client participating in sport. Every
sports massage is influenced by a variety of things including a clients sport, time frame, age and request etc. For example, if an athlete is recovering
from “shin splints”, compared to someone who is preparing for a marathon - both will require an extremely different treatment recommended by our sports
Sports massage can be administered in all stages:
- Training Phase
- Pre-Competition Phase
- Inter-Competition Phase
- Post Competition
- Post Travel
- Injury Prevention
- Injury Recovery
James // Triathlete & marathon runner
I felt a large strain in my back on the day I was supposed to be leaving on holiday. I contacted The Treatment Room for Massage Therapy for an appointment
and he turned up an hour later! Highly recommend to anyone and I'm very grateful for the response shown.
Massage Therapy Benefits
Improve Sport Performance
Increase or re-establish a heightened sprint speed following a sports massage with one of our therapists. By increasing
the range of movements in your joints, you can reach a greater stride length you may not have previously thought possible.
Improve the condition of the human body
By improving the condition of your body through a massage, you'll be able to sustain high-intensity levels in whatever sport/activity you enjoy. No longer
will you have those little niggles holding you back from your best.
Don’t play sport with the constant worry of risking an injury. Increases in muscle length and joint range of movement following a sports massage will provide
you with the ability to sustain overstretching and impact to the body without hitting the deck.
“Remember when I pulled my hamstring?” That’s the phrase you will repeating more and more often following sports massage treatment specific to any injury
you may have suffered with. Research suggests, resting an injury isn’t enough anymore, it is important to address the injury with exercises
and massage in order to increase the rate at which you recover! Reduce the levels of scar tissue in order to rid yourself as much as possible from
that injury so it doesn’t “haunt” you in the future.