FAQs - Wohnen – Hausrat

What Is Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy?


This is a deep form of soft tissue work, it consists of a variety of techniques that works with the muscles and connective tissue through pressure and movement thereby releasing tension, stiffness and restriction. This will help reestablish a balance in muscle function and increase mobility thus reducing the stress on joints.




What Do We Do?


We provide a treatment service rather than just a massage. Our aim is to help you with your desired outcomes, whether that be reduction of muscular tension and pain, help you manage a particular condition such as arthritis or to work with you as you train for your sport or events. We provide a full consultation and based from our discussion with you, develop a short and long term treatment plan that will help you stay injury and pain free.




Could You Benefit From A Sports Massage?


The short answer is Yes! We do not just treat sports people, we treat a number of clients who suffer with muscular tension caused by postural issues, such as sitting at a desk for long periods of time. We help clients manage long term conditions such as Arthritis and chronic pain. Whether you attend a gym regularly or train for a specific sport or event, sports massage can help your muscles and soft tissues recover quicker and improve performance.




What Results Can I Get From Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy?


Sports and remedial therapy can, in some cases, have life-changing results. This is especially likely with our focus on long-term home care programs which prevent further issues. If you’ve avoided booking sports and remedial massage therapy until now, then, it’s worth noting that regular appointments could lead to benefits including -

  • Reduced muscle pain
  • Improved posture
  • Faster recovery from surgery
  • Improved flexibility
  • Injury prevention
  • Management of long-term conditions
  • Stress relief
  • Increased blood circulation
  • And many more
Whether you play sports regularly or have a job which leads to aches and pains, we’re waiting to hear from you. Simply call us on 07963 632 717 or book an appointment online today.