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You may think that you need to be involved with sports or be a gym bunny to enjoy the benefits of sports massage, but this isn’t the case.

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Sports massage can be used as part of a regular training programme, to rehabilitate an acute injury or as part of a pre-event assessment. When people participate in high levels of activity the body can become chronically fatigued and certain muscles can become inhibited or damaged.

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Many people who participate in high level competitions and events understand the need to eat, sleep and train well but they don’t always know what is best when it comes to looking after their body.

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Muscle fatigue, inhibition, chronic stress, poor posture and overuse syndrome are just some of the problems I treat on a daily basis. Sports massage can alleviate the pain in tight shoulders, improve the incorrect posture that is stressing a lower back, and reduce the tension and damage in key areas.

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For young athletes it is vital to learn how to train your body safely and efficiently. I always encourage a range of training methods and try to make these as fun and interesting as possible.

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Rehabilitation can apply to anyone and at any age. I always encourage patients to strengthen their muscles and sports massage can be used to do this as some techniques used increase mobility and muscle activation.

After setting up a successful clinic in my home town Hertford, in 2018 I relocated to Liverpool and set up a clinic room in the Baltic Triangle. This part of Liverpool is not only vibrant and quirky, but it is also primarily used for small independent businesses. I have discovered that the people of Liverpool love to shop locally and support the small independents. This is something I fully support and have actively tried to be part of.

Over the years I have developed the soft tissue techniques used by many Sports Massage Therapists. This allows me to be a good manual therapist that focuses on a hands-on approach that is partnered with advising on Remedial Exercises outside of the session time. I aim for at least 75% of treatment time to be spent working directly on patients. This can include deep tissue massage, muscle testing and stretching, trigger point therapy, cross fibre massage, medical acupuncture and many more techniques. I have learned from my previous injuries that the soft tissues need to be facilitated before rehabilitation can take place. The other 25% will be spent either going through remedial exercises that will help you with your issue or injury, or the time will be spent answering any questions you may have and going through a proactive treatment plan.

I am passionate about helping people and I love learning about the body. Each day is different and no two people the same. Rehabilitation and remedial exercises interest me, it is a large part of getting someone better, pain-free and improves the quality of life. I will always encourage patients to live a better quality of life and do remedial exercises to make their bodies stronger.

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