Back2Back Complementary Healthcare
reflexology, sports massage, Massage therapist
The benefits of sports and remedial massage can be enjoyed by anyone suffering from muscle aches and pains, and or muscle and joint movement restriction as a result of recreational or occupational activity.
Sports massage can promote relaxation of muscles to improve range of motion, flexibility of joints and healing of muscle tissue. Treatment can improve recovery time especially from DOMS (Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness) by helping to eliminate metabolic waste pooling into the lymphatic system.
It decreases muscle tension and helps relax muscle spasms and trigger points on a neurological level with the aid of neuromuscular techniques (NMT). Scar tissue and or adhesions caused by sports or recreational injuries can be broken down using soft Tissue Release Techniques (STR), Deep Tissue Frictions (DTF) and Muscle Energy Techniques (MET).
Sports massage treatments can identify problems areas that need work and can help to prevent injuries in the future.
Angela Short is Back2Back Complementary Healthcare clinic’s Sports Massage, Remedial Massage and Reflexology therapist. Angela qualified as a massage therapist in 1996 then continued to develop her skills by qualifying as a reflexologist in 2008. In 2009 she qualified as a Sports Massage Therapist to level 3 and subsequently qualified to level 5 at the Massage Training school.
Angela has many years of practical experience including working alongside local rugby clubs helping sports injuries pre and post match as well as pitch side assistance.
Angela is a member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage (ISRM) and the Federation of Holistic Therapists. (FHT)
Deep Tissue Massage
, Holistic Massage
, Massage therapist
, remedial massage
, sports massage
, sports therapy