Wirral Sports Massage - treatment room

 Sports/Deep Tissue Massage £35
Acupuncture from £45
Kinesiology taping POA
Evening and weekend appointments available

Is massage right for me?

The people who benefit from sports massage you are not just sports performers. Most practitioners treat a wide range of clients, giving benefits that can also help relieve many of the day to day problems and stresses that everyone experiences. Regardless of your experiences in sport or exercise whether you exercise socially or compete to an international level - sports massage can have something to offer you.

I don't play sports; can I still have a massage?

It is not just the sports person that can benefit from massage; everyone experiences aches and pains in life, from sporting injuries to occupational & emotional stresses. Massage is a natural therapy involving a range of techniques, in order to relieve tension, increase blood circulation, break down scar tissue, & enhance recovery. So even if you are not a sportsperson, there is no reason you can't receive the benefits of sport & remedial massage

Is it safe?

Most people can benefit from a sports massage. On your first visit to us, you will receive a full consultation, during which, all safety aspects of deep tissue massage are discussed. Massage will not be performed on anybody if it is not safe to do so.

How long does it take?

Your initial consultation and treatment takes roughly an hour. Subsequent visits usually take between 45 and 60 minutes.

I have a recent injury. Can I have a sports massage right away?

For most injuries, a period of rest is initially required to allow the body to begin its own healing. This is usually up to about 72 hours after the injury has occurred, during which ice, compression and elevation are all normally recommended. Then treatment can usually begin. Depending on the type of injury, treatment can then be looked at.

If you are unsure, give us a call and we will be able to discuss this with you.

Do I need a doctor’s permission to be massaged?

Normally no. However, some pre-existing conditions may be adversely affected by massage, and doctor’s permission would be required before commencement of treatment, but this will be addressed in the initial consultation.

What do I need to wear?

Generally, depending on the treatment, shorts and t-shirt work best. You will be properly covered at all times to keep you warm and comfortable. Only the area being worked on at the time will be exposed.

If you are unsure about anything, or wish to know more about sports massage, please give me a call.

Client Phil Rhodes"Having treatments with Lee has helped me recover from injuries and niggles quickly, and helped me to get the most from my training sessions. Lee took the time to note specific areas for treatment and focused on those. He didn't waste time on non problematic areas.

"The treatment gave me more confidence in my training and made me more positive before competition that any weaknesses had been addressed.

"This I feel helped me win the British Ju-jitsu championships. I would have no hesitation in recommending Lee to friends, family or students".

Phil Rhodes
British National Ju-Jitsu Champion 2011



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