Clinical Massage Therapy
Clinical Massage Therapy is for those who no longer require physiotherapy but would like to have regular massages done in a safer clinical environment.
We employ clinical massage techniques like myofascial treatments, deep tissue massage, Cyriax cross-fiber friction, neuromuscular trigger point technique, and muscle energy technique.
- Sports Massage for Performance
- Want Better Sports Performance?
- Soft Tissue Work?
- Physiotherapy: How Will Manual Therapy Help Me?
- The One Thing Cyclists Need for Better Performance
- Elderly Balance Better After Foot Massages
- What’s Manual Therapy?
- Sharpening Blunt Instruments – Physiotherapy Techniques
- To Manipulate Or Not To Manipulate?
- Unknotting Muscle Knots
- Below The Skin – Fascia
- Physiotherapy Treatment of Cervical Spondylosis- looking beyond shortwave and traction
- Not All Pain In the Back Is Back Pain – It Could Be Rib Pain
- How to give Massages for Neck, Back and Shoulder Pain
- Should I Get A Massage Immediately After A Marathon?
- Sports Massage for Cyclists: The One Thing You Need If You Cycle
- Manual Therapy Through Kim Robinson’s Eyes
- Sports Recovery Strategies To Improve Your Performance (Part 3- Advance Strategies)
- Sports Massage for Cyclists: What Are the Benefits & Should You Get One
- Causing Most Of The World’s Pain, Anonymously – Myofascial Trigger Points