Why Contact Me?
Sport & Deep Tissue Massage: Remedial & Rehabilitative
Treatment for Soft Tissue Injuries with Myofascial Release, Trigger
Point Therapy, Neuro-Muscular Facilitation
Treat the cause, not just symptoms of an injury with Movement Analysis & Gait Re-Education, Rehabilitation & Prehabilitation
Release chronic tension which can create bad posture and chronic Neck, Shoulder
and Back Pain
Focused hands-on soft tissue treatments can remove muscle and joint pain
(often in one or two treatments), increase muscle suppleness
and joint flexibility and aid repair of muscles, tendons and ligaments
Work with a network of Doctors, Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and other health professionals to ensure your well-being and the best treatment for you
Soft tissue injuries can be caused in any of three ways, Personal Physique Treatments
can compliment the healing process of all three:
Muscle fibres/ligaments/tendons are torn because they are over-loaded or over stretched.
When healing, fibrous adhesions can develop around the injury causing stiffness and pain to the surrounding area.
Massage can help to naturally breakdown these adhesion and temporarily boost circulation and removal
of these adhesions.
Starting a new fitness regime, stepping up training after a break or compensations
for old injuries, can slowly overload muscles causing micro-traumas, which if left unchecked, can lead to more serious injuries
like tendonitis. Overuse injuries can occur over days, weeks or even months. Certain
massage techniques are very effective at optimising the quick repair of this type of injury.
Previous injury or poor posture/running style etc. creates muscular imbalances
and dysfunction, sometimes without you even realising it. Movement helps to ‘pump’ nutrients into and waste away from your muscles. A muscle that is moving dysfunctionally
means the optimal natural pumping process is compromised. This can lead to a build-up of toxins, meaning a muscle not moving
properly, causing an increased build-up of toxins and so on …. The classic “use it or
lose it scenario”. Massage is one way to literally ‘kick start’ this pumping action by
the rhythmic compression and relaxation of ‘stagnant’ muscles.
Appointments are available 7 days a week at clinics
in Marlow & High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire (subject to availability)
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|Clients with complimentry PRUHEALTH are covered for treatments