Bourn Sports Therapy Centre

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SPORTS MASSAGE

Our Sports and Remedial Massage therapy service is not exclusive to sports persons or athletes. In fact everyone from office workers to gym trainers, and even new mums can benefit from this type of therapy.

 

Our therapists will, through the use of different techniques (including acupuncture and tapping), treat your lower back, neck, shoulder, leg and physical pains, helping you recover from injury or to help your muscles recover after a heavy workout.

 

Throughout the course of our lives, we will often suffer pain in our body due to repetitive day to day actions, poor posture or just being too sedentary for large parts of the day.

 

Sports and remedial massage will help your pain by flushing new blood into the area, breaking down scar tissue and improving your range of movement. This will assist the healing process of your injury.

 

On occasions treatment can cause discomfort. However, your therapist will work with you to find the level that you are comfortable with. At BSTC, we do not want you to dread your treatments as this would be counterproductive. Communication between therapist and client is important on all levels.

 

There is a possibility that you will feel treatment soreness for approx 24 to 72 hours after your session. This perfectly normal but if you are at all concerned then please contact us immediately.

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**IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO FIND A SLOT, PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL US AND WE WILL FIND A TIME THAT WORKS FOR YOU**

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"Ben is a highly skilled sports therapist with broad-ranging knowledge in areas including biomechanics and anatomy. His detailed expertise has enabled him to design a tailor-made treatment program which has led to dramatic improvements in my back pain which is caused by ankylosing spondylitis. Beyond his expertise, Ben’s other strengths are his enthusiasm, dedication, professionalism and individualised approach to therapy." 

 

JEREMY GRIGGS