Often used to treat chronic, complex, ongoing, unremitting pain or injuries resulting from sports, training or simply over exertion and fatigue, our sports massage therapists can help you relieve pain and provide solutions and explanations to improve your overall condition.

Sports massage therapy is a highly effective way to reduce muscle tension and pain, therefore assisting in recovery. Massage therapy can also help increase flexibility, encourage better circulation to improve speed of recovery.

The Benefits of Sports Massage Therapy:

  • Increased joint range of motion (ROM)
  • Increased flexibility
  • Decreased muscle tension
  • Decreased neurological excitability (nerves more relaxed)
  • Decreased muscle spasms
  • Reduce risk of injuries
  • Increased sense of well-being
  • Better sleep quality

At In Touch Physiotherapy, we use a variety of techniques in our sports massage therapy sessions, including deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release. These techniques are tailored to the specific needs of athletes and active individuals, and are designed to address specific areas of the body that are prone to injury or overuse.

Our therapists are highly trained and experienced in these techniques, and will work closely with you to ensure that you receive the most effective and appropriate treatment for your needs. We always take a holistic approach to sports massage therapy, which means that we treat the whole person, not just the symptoms or the injury.

Who Can Benefit from Sports Massage Therapy?

  • Sports massage therapy is beneficial for athletes of all levels, from amateur to professional, as well as for weekend warriors and fitness enthusiasts.
  • It can also be helpful for individuals who suffer from chronic pain or musculoskeletal conditions, such as arthritis, fibromyalgia, or back pain.
  • If you are experiencing muscle tension, soreness, or pain, or if you simply want to improve your athletic performance and overall well-being, sports massage therapy may be right for you.

Feeling better is not the same as getting better, period. Yes it’s a massage, but we pair this with tips that help you to move better and show you functional, dynamic and simple to follow rehab strategies. Easy and basic stuff that you can actually do at home and get better.

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