Clinical Massage

What is Clinical Massage?

Well Sarah likes to think of clinical or therapeutic massage as soft tissue work that targets causes of musculoskeletal restrictions and imbalances as opposed to just general relaxation

This is achieved by the use of varying techniques that help release tight structures within the body especially in soft tissue such as muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia. The techniques Sarah uses to achieve this are Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Therapy, Deep Tissue work, Soft Tissue Release, Stretching, Visceral (organ) release and Craniosacral Therapy.

When tension and restrictions are released and muscles can be restored to their optimal functioning length then pain can be reduced, postural imbalances may be corrected and proper biomechanics encouraged.

You may think that clinical massage is only suited to people who are very active and do lots of sports however nothing could be further from the truth as we ALL can benefit from clinical massage as our daily lives can and do easily take their toll on our muscular health.

It is amazing how people choose to live with long term pain and discomfort – in some cases for many years – but why?

Sarah specialises in treating chronic pain conditions i.e. those of a longer duration, so change that tolerance for pain today and experience a clinical massage to help you back on the road to movement and comfort.


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