remedial massage therapy

What is Remedial Massage Therapy?

As the name implies, remedial massage aims to remedy and help repair muscular tension and address aches and pains developed from injuries and daily stress.  This is achieved through application of gentle, manual pressure.  This type of massage incorporates the use of deep tissue and relaxation techniques to treat problem areas. 

A remedial massage therapist has undergone study of the body’s muscular system for 18 months and has a Diploma qualification from a reputable educational institution.

Conditions that Massage Therapy can help:

  • Sore, tired or aching muscles, 
  • Tendonitis,
    • Achilles tendinitis,
    • Tennis elbow, 
    • Golfer’s elbow,
    • Shoulder tendinitis,
  • Shin splints or Compartment syndrome
  • Groin strain and hamstring injuries, 
  • Frozen shoulder, 
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Joint Adhesions, 
  • Whiplash, 

  • Chronic back pain, 
  • Sciatica, 
  • Arthritis, 
  • Swimmer’s shoulder, 
  • Bursitis, (knee, shoulder)
  • Rotator cuff injuries, 
  • Neck injuries, 
  • Headaches, 
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome.