Clinical Orthopaedic, Sports and Remedial Massage Techniques are based on a range of highly developed and advanced manual techniques to improve soft tissue condition, tone, symmetry, balance of muscle and improve quality of posture. These release tension, reduce pain and restore range of movement. They promote the health of muscle and connective tissue and hence, well-being.

Our Clinical and Remedial Massage treatments deliver a variety of massage and advanced soft tissue techniques grounded within a framework of assessment and rehabilitation. Dealing effectively with a variety of musculoskeletal problems, they can also be used to help in recovery, reducing symptoms in many ailments, and are used significantly as preventative treatment.

For athletes, pre and post event massage treatments and regular maintenance enhance sporting performance and expedite recovery, which is essential in keeping competitive and at the peak of performance.

Far from just being available to elite athletes, our services are applicable and ideal for anybody wishing to guard against or recover from soft tissue aches, pain or injury, which are encountered in modern day-to-day living and work environments.

Here are some of the Massage services we offer:

Orthopaedic Massage

  Clinical Orthopaedic Massage Therapy – is an advanced, highly skilled method of treatment and relieves specific complaints of pain and dysfunction. It brings about a healthy balanced function to muscles and joints. Clinical massage therapy wo

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Clinical Sports Massage Newcastle

Clinical Sports Massage Newcastle Clinical Sports Massage Therapy – Is the management, manipulation and rehabilitation of soft tissues of the body including muscles, ligaments and tendons. Massage, applied skillfully, is the most effective therapy f

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Deep Remedial Massage

  As the name suggests this is a technique that works deeper into the body’s muscle tissue to encourage the release of trigger points, muscle tension and adhesions thus helping to realign the fibres. It is about sinking deeper into the layers and f

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Myofascial Release

  Fascia is the main connective tissue in the body. It surrounds every cell, muscle, bone, nerve, blood vessel in the body, creating a three-dimensional web which spreads all through the body. In its normal state fascia is fluid and pliable, allowing

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