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 Some photos of our clients that have let us take to share with you.

The before and after with amazing results.








Client who presented with chronic shoulder pain and limited range of movement.


Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)

After one treatment❗️


The picture on the left shows before. ⛔️


The picture on the right shows after reduce pain and improved mobility. ✅


The small circles on the right shoulder are from cupping.




Client who presented with neck pain and locking when turning.


Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)


After one treatment❗️


The picture on the left shows before. ⛔️


The picture on the right shows reduce muscle tension, improved range of movement and pain free. ✅



Medical acupuncture

is the use of acupuncture following a medical diagnosis. It involves stimulating sensory nerves under the skin and in the muscles of the body.

A course of acupuncture usually creates longer-lasting​ pain relief than when a single treatment is used.

chronic pain such as

• neck pain

• back pain 

 shoulder pain

• leg pain 

• joint pain

• dental pain

• postoperative pain


To be used in conjunction with Osteopathic treatment.




Client who presented with lower back and hip pain.        


 Practitioner: Sophie (Registered Osteopath)




Client who presented with shoulder pain and lower back pain. 


Practitioner: Sophie (Registered Osteopath)





Client who presented with leg & knee pain. 


Practitioner: Sophie (Registered Osteopath)




Client who presented with carpal tunnel.


Practitioner: Sophie (Registered Osteopath)


Cupping



The vacuum lift helps to increase in blood flow and induces a stretch effect, which results in a reduction in muscle tension and associated pain.

During Dry Cupping therapy, cups can either be left in a static position or moved to provide a deep tissue massage effect.






Boxing athlete - Full body cupping & Sports massage treatment.


Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)





 Client presented with acute knee and leg pain.


Sports massage treatment with cupping


Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist) 




Client presented with elbow pain  


Sports massage & Cupping can help treat tennis elbow.


Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)




Client who presented with lower back pain, tightness in neck and shoulders.


Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)


Kinesiology taping


k-tape is used to reduce tension in the upper thoracic spine, surrounding muscles and to help improve posture.


• reduced pain


• provide support


• reduce swelling


• help prevent further muscle injury


• still allowing a range of movement


Kinesiology taping ~ is a Drug-free, safe alternative, which gives support and stability to your joints and muscles without affecting circulation and range of motion. Kinesiology tape is waterproof and can last up to 6 days.






Client who presented with upper & mid back pain.


Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)



Client who presented with bilateral plantar fasciitis


Practitioner: Sophie  (Registered Osteopath)



Client who presented with Tennis elbow


Practitioner: Nick  (Sports Massage Therapist)



Client who presented with patella mal tracking


Practitioner: Nick  (Sports Massage Therapist)



Client who presented with Achilles tendon


Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)


Blading 

Fascial blading ~

is it a form of gentle, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation.

The fascial blade gently breaks down the scar tissue, both externally and internally, thus correcting joint function, reducing pain, improving flexibility and normalising posture and core stability.

This for many people can be the ideal solution to aches and pains that may not have been resolved with traditional methods.

To be used in conjunction with Sports Massage treatment.

As you can see by the pictures these marks on the skin don’t last.


Client who presented with tightness in traps and rhomboid. 

Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)


Boxing athlete who presented with tightness in traps and rhomboid. 

Practitioner: Nick (Sports Massage Therapist)


Infant Osteopathic Treatment 



Cranial osteopathy is an osteopathic technique using very gentle and subtle movements to release restrictions and correct the body's alignment. 

The osteopath works with the body's own fluid movement by mainly palpating the cranial bones, spine and sacrum and thereby attempting to restore health to the body.


Cranial osteopathy for treating reflux helps the neck and diaphragm of baby relax, so that feeding is more comfortable and efficient. 

The stomach and digestion generally responds to relaxation and calming, so that milk is naturally processed and absorbed.



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There are 22 bones in the infant skull which are designed to move over each other to allow for squeezing down the birth canal.

 After birth, yawning, sucking and crying helps to move the cranial bones back into position and the bones will fuse (become fixed) later over time.


Sometimes, however, yawning, sucking and crying may not completely put everything back in place, perhaps the birth was very traumatic or forceps or ventouse were used.


If any of the bones, nerves and muscles are out of line, tense or trapped this could affect the way a baby can use his mouth, jaw and tongue to latch and suckle correctly, he/she may feel uncomfortable and tense and Osteopathic treatment may be useful to free any tension.




Practitioner: Sophie (Registered Osteopath)



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