Despite the name, Sports Therapy is not just for athletes but also for members of the general public.
Sports Therapy is a healthcare profession that involves prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of function, whether that be back to work or sport specific fitness, regardless of your age and ability, through hands-on treatment and exercise. Sports Therapists also have knowledge in tailoring treatment and exercise prescription for patients with a variety of health conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes and weight gain.
Our Sports Therapist can use a range of techniques including:
They will assess each individual and implement the appropriate strategies where necessary to maintain and maximise movement to relieve aches and pains and improve your quality of life, and are able to advise alternative action if required.
Our resident sports therapists have extensive experience in treating elite athletes as well as members of the general public.
Although primarily targeted at those who participate in sports, anybody suffering aches and pains from activities such as prolonged desk sitting and driving can also benefit greatly from a sports massage.
Our resident sports massage therapists have extensive experience in treating elite athletes as well as members of the general public.
Appointments are available throughout the week including some Saturdays. Initial consultations are 60 minutes long and comprimise of 10-15 minutes of assessment including a medical questionnaire, with the remaining time dedicated to your treatment. Follow up appointments are available for the duration of 30, 45 and 60 minutes.
For more information on sports therapy or to make an enquiry, please contact the Hampshire Wellbeing Centre directly on 02380 475637 or via email@example.com.
Hi Anna,Andrew Sivanesan, patient
Just wanted to let you know that your treatment and advice has helped me massively. My back feels so much better, I’m using my leg muscles far more effectively to support my back when lifting and today I surpassed my previous squat weight record (using far better form and technique than before)!