Massage Therapy Services
INTRODUCTION TO OUR NEW MASSAGE SERVICES
Swedish & Sports Massage Therapy
You are assured of a warm and relaxing welcome from Magdalena and Helen, our sports massage therapists at our Burton-on-Trent & Derby clinics. Whilst primarily qualified as a sports massage therapist, Magdalena and Helen are also skilled in Swedish massage therapy. They will work with you to understand your needs and tailor a massage therapy to help with recovery or to aid performance.
Our massage service covers head, neck, and shoulder massage for pain relief and mobility, backache massage, full body massage to ease all-over aches and pains. We specialise in sports massage for performance and sports injury massage for recovery.
Injury & Sports Massage Therapy
With injury & sports massage therapy at our Burton-on-Trent & Derby practice, you will find welcome relief from the aches, pains, and injuries often associated with sports and training. Deep tissue massage techniques such as those offered by Magdalena and Helen, aid recovery, support rehabilitation, and help you maintain a healthier body.
Our therapeutic massage services provide pleasant relief from aches, pains, and muscle stiffness often associated with many ailments, professions, and lifestyles.
Massage therapy can also improve your sports performance and competitiveness, increase flexibility, and reduce the risk for future injuries.
What is The Rotator Cuff
A rotator cuff is a group of tendons that hold the ball of the shoulder joint in place providing strength & mobility.
The rotator cuff is put under considerable strain through sporting activities such as racket sports or certain physical jobs with repetitive actions or arms overhead work.
Both Magdalena and Helen have a special interest in massage therapy to aid recovery for a shoulder injury, shoulder pain, and rotator cuff problems.
Rotator Cuff Therapy & Shoulder Pain Treatments
Sports massage therapy at our Burton-on-Trent & Derby clinics will help you regain your range of movement and muscle strength. Treatments can include soft-tissue massage, muscle imbalance exercises, trigger point treatment, and strengthening/stretching of the relevant shoulder muscle groups.