SB Remedial and Sports Massage Therapy
Underwood Farm, Longcroft
Stirlingshire FK4 1ST
Welcome to SB Remedial and Sports Massage Therapy
Thank you for taking the time to visit this site. I hope you find the content both informative and also to gain an understanding of how SBRSMT can help you quickly recover from any pain, tension or lack of mobility you may be experiencing.
The Benefits of Remedial Massage therapy...
Remedial Massage can be successful in the prevention and treatment of recent and long standing persistent injuries, pain and soreness. By applying deep tissue massage, it helps break down scar tissue and post injury adhesions.
This type of therapy usually gives immediate results for the client, particularly with reduced pain and improved range of movement along with a feel good factor.
Do you suffer from? ... What are the benefits for me? ...
Tennis Elbow Improves posture
Golfers Elbow Improves and stimulates circulation
Tight Quads / Hamstrings Provides pain relief and reduces swelling
Back pain Promotes and speeds up injury recovery
Stiff Neck Eases stiffness in tired and damaged muscles
Shoulder Pain Reduces the effects of stress and tension
Groin strain Increases mobility and improves range of movement
Piriformis syndrome Removes scar tissue, reducing the occurance of repeat injuries
Sciatica Assists with improved sporting performance
Bad posture Increases endurance
Frozen Shoulder Promotes and assists with relaxation
Sacroiliac Joint Disfunction
Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI)
Foot pain or plantar faciatis
Need more information on these conditions? ... See below ...
Tennis elbow – is tendon inflammation caused by overusing forearm muscles. It is also known as lateral epicondylitis
Golfers elbow – this is a similar condition to tennis elbow, but presents as pain on the inside of the arm. It is also known as medial epicondylitis
Tight hamstrings and or quads – this is a very common complaint and can be caused by many things. This is often connected to knee and back pain
Back Pain – many people suffer from back pain in some form, but there is no need to simply just 'put up with it'. Because of the many muscles connecting to the back, other areas such as the pelvis or muscles including quads or hamstrings can contribute to the pain. It is often the case that immediate improvement and reduction of pain after treatment can be experienced
Stiff neck – the causes of this complaint can be similar to that of back pain. In other words, it is not always the neck itself which is the issue. Discomfort and tension in the shoulder for example, can be the causes. Again, immediate improvement and reduction of pain can be experienced
Shoulder pain – this is a common which is usually linked to posture. Stress is also a cause of this complaint
Groin strain - More common with athletes and is caused by any type of forecful movement of the leg. This is treated by reducing the pain and improving range of leg movement which in turn, speeds up the recovery process
Foot pain – this type of pain can cause us to change our walking or running style which can in turn, trigger muscle imbalance and joint pain
Piriformis syndrome – this muscle can often present as a sciatic pain. Due to its location in the buttocks and being close to the sciatic nerve, spasms cause pain similar to sciatic pain, numbness or tingling through the buttock area and down the back of the leg, sometimes reaching as far as the foot
Sciatica – basically this is pain due to compression or irritation of the sciatic nerve. This can present similar symptoms to that of Piriformis syndrome (above)
Bad posture – this is a very common issue. Bad posture usually leads to some sort of muscular dysfunction. The longer the dysfunction is left untreated, other muscles activate more to compensate which in turn, can cause a different kind of pain. This creates a vicious circle effect
Frozen shoulder – this usually is a restriction of the shoulder and can be caused by many things. Usually there is joint inflammation but can also be due to muscle tension or a ligament imbalance.
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