Therapy for the preservation, enhancement, or restoration of movement and physical function impaired or threatened by disability, injury, or disease that utilizes therapeutic exercise, physical modalities (as massage and mobilizations)assistive devices, and patient education and training. €45.00 per session- First consultation one hour additional sessions are 40 minutes
Sports injuries are injuries that occur in athletic activities and can be the result of acute trauma or overuse of a particular body part. Some commonly treated injuries are: Hamstring strain, golfers elbow, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fasciitis, lower back pain, rotator cuff, runner’s knee.
Sports massage is the use of different massage techniques, from deep tissue to transverse friction that is used particularly on athletes. Different types of massage and mobilization techniques are used based on what sport that particular athlete competes in and where their injury may be. €50.00 per session - 50 minutes
Pre-event and Post-event Massage
We provide pre-event and post- event massage to different types of sporting events, most commonly marathons, duathalons, and football matches. Pre-event massage techniques are up tempo and vigorous in order for the muscles to be in the best shape for competition. Post-event massage techniques are slow and deep to help the muscles relax and recover from the trauma of athletic competition. Pricing depends on what type of event, contact us for details
Swedish Massage is a relaxing, deep tissue massage used to help to relax and reduce tension in muscles. Swedish Massage affects the autonomic nervous system by stimulating nerve receptors in muscle tissue which controls tissue tension. Tension causes an imbalance in the sympathetic nervous system. By releasing this tension, massage can restore the balance and stimulate the parasympathetic system (which aids in digestion and enables relaxation), thus helping you to relax and reduce your stress levels. €50.00 per session - 50 minutes
Dry Needling is an invasive procedure where an acupuncture needle is inserted into a myofacial trigger point (MTP). When the needle touches the trigger point it will elicit a local twitch response (LTR), which is an involuntary spinal cord reflex in which the muscle fibres in the taut band of muscle contract. This will help to reduce pain and increase blood flow into the muscle affected.
Treatment of Chronic Back and Joint Pain
Different techniques used in Neuromuscular Therapy(NMT) can significantly improve mobility and reduce pain in patients with chronic lower back pain(CLBP). Joint mobility techniques are used to improve the range of motion for those patients with restricted joints.