Pain & Dysfunction Treatments

These treatments can help with everyday aches as well as chronic pain, muscular dysfunction, injury prevention, stress reduction and improvements in range of motion. Further information about the different types of treatment can be found at the bottom of this page.

To book an appointment go to the contact page or book online.

30 Minutes – £30 | 60 Minutes – £50
90 Minutes – £70 | 120 Minutes – £90

60 Minutes – £50 | 90 Minutes – £70

Initial Taping (with assessment) – 30 Minutes – £25
Follow up Taping – 20 Minutes – £15

30 Minutes – £30 | 60 Minutes – £50

Information About Treatment Types

Sports Massage/Deep Tissue Massage

The perfect massage for any people who have muscle tension or pain, or those who do a lot of sports. Sports Massage and Deep Tissue use a variety of techniques that work with the muscle and fascia, slowly getting into the deepest layers to reduce tension, improve range of motion and help to prevent injuries. A sport/deep tissue massage, while at times uncomfortable, should not be excessively painful.

These treatments include a 10-15 minute postural assessment for your first appointment, and potentially follow up assessments at later points in your treatment. If you do not wish to have a postural assessment please let me know prior to your appointment.

Treatments can incorporate dry cupping, hot/cold stones or kinesiology taping into a session at no additional charge.

Dry Cupping

Cupping therapy uses negative pressure (away from the body) by suctioning the soft tissue, rather than traditional massage techniques which use positive pressure (into the body). Dry cupping stretches the fascia and muscles. Cupping can reach as deep as 4 inches into the tissue, but is not at all painful, so it’s a great way to relieve muscular tension. (Please note – while the treatment is not painful like deep tissue, it can be slightly uncomfortable, with a pulling sensation.)

Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology Taping is great way of prolonging the benefits of massage after treatment, and is often called a therapist’s “second hands” because of this. K taping works by support the area it is applied to, helps to lift the tissue below, which can help adhesions to unstick. It supports but it does not restrict, allowing full range of motions to the areas applied. Taping can be left on for 5 days after application, and full aftercare advice will be given during your appointment.

Jaw Rehabilitation

Jaw Rehab is a treatment focused on dealing with facial and jaw pain, which often result in headaches, migraines, tension and other such symptoms. Jaw rehab treatments involve both inter-oral (outside of the mouth) and intra-oral (inside of the mouth) techniques along with assessment and massage of the whole face, neck and shoulders. This treatment can provide relief to the often overlooked muscular issues involving the jaw and TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint).

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