Back and Neck Pains

Choosing a practitioner

It is important to choose a Qualified Professional Sports Injury Therapist or Qualified Massage Therapist that  has undertaken all the necessary training to understand the theory and practice of Injury Therapy or Massage Therapy. You can check whether a Sports Therapist or Massage Therapist is registered by searching online. this will help you  to be confident that they are properly trained, qualified and insured.

Because physical maintenance, without the correct restoration will not give you the constructive clinical outcome, to enable you to be the best that you can be.

Sports therapy

Sports therapy uses a range of therapeutic techniques for the prevention, recognition and treatment of minor sports injuries. It can also be used to provide support with people wanting to maintain and improve fitness.

A typical session will involve appraising the injury using a number of techniques including posture analysis, gait analysis, biomechanical assessment, as well as soft tissue assessment. The session itself may include soft tissue therapy, mechanical and electrical treatment, cooling or warming therapy and mobilisation.

Sports therapy may be used to address an extensive range of injuries. Sports therapy may also be found to be helpful in the mental preparation of athletes for sporting participation.


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We have the only  Bioneuro Therapy System Sigma Q (ΣQ®) in the East of England and  it is here in Norwich. This is the latest  Cutting edge Therapy Treatment Equipment  it will  help to  deal with Arthritis, Frozen Shoulder, Back Ache, Hip and Knee Problems, Pre & Post Surgery ,Whiplash Injury Treatment, Carpal Tunnel and Plantar Fasciitis (policeman’s heel) and many Occupational and Sports Injuries.

Massage therapy

In all types of massage therapy, the intention is to relax the soft tissues, increase delivery of blood and oxygen to the massaged areas, warm them, and help the body to relax.

In a typical massage therapy session, the practitioner will discuss symptoms, medical history and the desired results. The practitioner generally performs some evaluation through touch before beginning the massage. Oil or powder help reduce friction on the skin and the therapist may use other aids, such as ice, heat, fragrances, or machines.

Massage may be found to bring relief from everyday aches and pain’s, reduce stress, increase relaxation, address feelings of anxiety and tension, and aid general wellness. It can also be used in support of other therapies to assist in the rehabilitation of muscular injuries, also an aid in the production and release of Endorphins “THE BODIES FEEL GOOD FACTOR”