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  • muscle pain and tension,

  • Reduced joint movement,

  • headaches,

  • Back pain and sciatica,

  • stress and anxiety.

In summary, Dry Cupping helps aid soft tissue injuries and reduce pain or discomfort by:

  • Increasing localised circulation,

  • Increasing oxygenation and nutrient content within the tissue,

  • Removing stagnant blood and waste products,

  • Re-initiating the healing process to micro-trauma,

  • Stretches fascia and connective tissue, which leads to a relaxation response.

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The Tools You Need

Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy isn’t just used by sports and exercise participants, as it can help to alleviate muscle aches and pains associated with daily living, work-related complains and general physical activities, such as looking after children or gardening.

Sports and remedial massage therapy has many elements and was originally developed to treat athletes before or after an event. These massage techniques, can also be used to: maintain muscular strength, to improve range of movement and to reduce the effects of muscular pain, postural pain and soreness.

Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy can be used to treat specific injuries, postural discomfort and repetitive injuries (RSI) and to rehabilitate the body back to full fitness after illness. 

It can also be used in combination with other modalities such as Medical Acupuncture, Dry Cupping and Therapeutic Ultrasound to aid healing. 

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Putting You First

Kase created Kinesio tape with a proprietary blend of cotton and nylon. It’s designed to mimic the skin’s elasticity so you can use your full range of motion. The tape’s medical-grade adhesive is also water-resistant and strong enough to stay on for three to five days, even while you work out or take showers.

When the tape is applied to your body, it recoils slightly, gently lifting your skin. It is believed that this helps to create a microscopic space between your skin and the tissues underneath it.

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Putting You First

Body position during your pre-natal Massage
Many professionals - including myself - consider side-lying the best position for a pregnant woman receiving a massage. There are tables that provide a hole in which the uterus can fit, these however may not be reliable and can still apply pressure to the abdomen or allow the abdomen to dangle, causing uncomfortable stretching of the uterine ligaments. I provide a warm couch with soft fluffy throws and pillows to enable total comfort throughout your treatment, enabling you to totally relax and enjoy your massage.Among many benefits, massage during pregnancy may help alleviate:

  • Muscle tension

  • Nausea and morning sickness

  • Lower back pain

  • Swelling / oedema of the feet, ankles and lower legs

  • Muscle spasm and cramping

  • Breathing problems

  • Back, neck and shoulder discomfort caused by hormonal and postural changes

  • Nerve / Sciatic pain

It can also help improve:

  • Quality of sleep

  • Headaches

  • Heartburn

  • Mood-swings and depression

  • Circulation - increasing the flow of nutrients delivered to the baby via the placenta

  • Posture

  • Digestion

  • Hormone Regulation

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Patient-Centered Treatment

Having undertaken the LUBAS Sports Trauma Management qualification and automated external defibrillation with emergency CPR, we have worked for many semi professional football teams. 
We can provide match day cover as lead therapist or training/changing room therapy. 

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