The Guildhall Practice offers Sports Massage in Newhall Street, Birmingham City Centre.
Each treatment provided at the Guildhall practice is specifically aimed at meeting your individuals needs, whatever age or level of physical activity we strive to treat everyone in the most comfortable and efficient way.
Here at the Guildhall Practice we take personal responsibility in increasing your well being, each member of our team is passionate about finding the best possible treatment for you.
“Although sports massage is appropriate for everyone, we do have a particular passion for sport as we have all been involved in sports of some kind.”
Your Initial Sports Massage Treatment.
Your first appointment last for one hour and will cost £42.00. It will involve your sports massage therapist taking a detailed history regarding your current complaint and any relevant previous episodes.
You will then get 45 minutes of sports massage. The treatment may be focused on a particular area, for example your legs if you are preparing for a marathon, or the approach may be more global if you simply feel generally stiff.
We are a multi-disciplinary practice, and we work as a team. If your sports massage therapist feels that you would reposnd better with a different approach then they will discuss the other potential treatment approaches with you.
The Benefits of Sports Massage.
Sports massage can improve circulation and enhance lymphatic flow.
- Sports massage helps in the recovery of sports injuries.
- Sports massage aids in the removal of metabolic waste.
- Sports massage can enhance or reduce musclular tone.
- Sports massage can increase or decrease muscle length.
- And aid in the mental preparation for sport.
- Non-athletes may enjoy the benefits of relieve from the many day to day problems we all get. Repetitive strain injuries, ligament sprains, muscular tension and fatigue.
When Should You Have A Sports Massage?
- If you are engaging in sport, regardless of the level, you may find that a sports massage can be beneficial during:
- The conditioning / training phase ( allowing athletes to train harder with a lessened chance of injury)
- Pre competition ( massage directed at parts of the body that will be involved in the exertion)
- Post competition ( to normalise body tissues)
- Injury prevention.
- Injury recovery.
Read more about the potential benefits of Sports Massage. North American Journal Of Physical Sports Therapy.
The Guildhall Practice, Birmingham City Centre.
Cornwall Buildings, 45 Newhall Street. B3 3QR.