Physio & Therapy were the official provider of sports massage and physiotherapy at the International Triathlon Union World Championships Final. We also support many race events, particularly as official partners of Human Race Events such as the Windsor Triathlon, and many more. It doesn’t matter whether you are an elite athlete or a recreational weekend jogger. You will be treated by professionals with an excellent knowledge of human anatomy, bio-mechanics and common sports related injuries. This enables us to identify points of pain, tension and discomfort allowing us to release, realign the tissue, giving your body’s natural ability to repair an optimal boost.
Is Sports Massage only for sports men and women?
No. It also can be very beneficial for stiff necks, stiff shoulders, sore backs, headaches, and the general aches and pains arising from busy lifestyles (e.g., sitting at desk, using a computer, driving, lifting and carrying).
Why see a Sports Massage Therapist?
Massage is very effective for aiding physical recovery and improving performance, and is widely used in almost all sports. If your training volume is high, or you are stepping up training for a specific event, regular sports massage can help avoid injuries.
Soft tissue therapy can release the tension from the body’s soft tissues due to over-use, after injury or through inactivity, bringing a range of benefits:
- Prevention of injury
- Relief for tired and aching muscles
- Pain reduction through the relaxation of soft tissues
- Reducing recovery time after training or competition
- Improved flexibility and range of movement
- Reduction of stress and tension
- Improved posture and general body awareness
- Aid rehabilitation after an injury, accident or operation
- Enhanced immune system
Give our reception team a call on 0208 943 2240 to check availability in Teddington or Corbridge. You should usually book 45 minutes for your first appointment. If you require further sessions, we will then advise how long those should be.
What is the difference between sports massage and other forms of massage?
If you are looking for a gentle massage with essential oils and relaxing music, we do not provide this. On the other hand, if you require a deep tissue massage from a professional with excellent knowledge of human anatomy, biomechanics and common injuries, come to us.
What is the difference between sports massage and physiotherapy?
The two are complementary. If you already have a specific pain or injury which is stopping you from participating in activities, your first appointment should be with a physio. If you wish to prevent injury, enhance performance, develop flexibility, or have more general aches and pains, see our sports massage team.
Sports Massage assists in the repair and prevention of common sports injuries such as:
- Joint Related Pain and Dysfunction
- Neck or Back ache
- Tennis Elbow
- Carpal Tunnel
- Tendon, Ligament & Muscle Injuries
- Movement Cysfunction
- Cycling Related Injuries
- Swimmer’s Shoulder Pain
- Running Related Injuries
- Repetitive Strain Injuries
Single Treatment Prices
- 30 minute treatment £35.00
- 45 minute treatment £45.00
- 60 minute treatment £55.00
- 5 x 45 minute treatments £210
- 5 x 60 minute treatments £250
- 10 x 45 minute treatments £400
- 10 x 60 minute treatments £480