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What is Sports Massage?
Sports Massage is the scientific manipulation and assessment of the soft tissues for the prevention of injuries, whilst maintaining good physical condition and health.
Benefits For The Sportsperson
Sports massage is now deemed an integral part of the sports persons training and fitness regime and not just a “luxury” item. Many top athletes feel that by regular maintenance sessions they are able to sustain optimum performance and pick up on any potential problem areas before they become too severe and thus hamper their training / competition. Specific benefits include:
Will Wrigley, PULSE Sports Therapist
Promotes the healing of soft tissue injury
Helps reduce the risk of injury
Helps reduce tension pre & post competition
Helps speed up recovery after high intensity training/competition by speeding up lactic acid removal
Re-mobilisation of stiff joints post-operatively
Helps minimise DOMS (delayed onset of muscle soreness).
Helps balance autonomic nervous system thus aiding a positive approach to competition
Passive Stretching and MET Stretching Sessions also available
Benefits For The “Every Day Person”
Sports massage can also be used as part of your weekly routine to help unwind or relax or just to help you recover from the stresses of everyday life.
At home, office or clinic.
Reduce build up of tension.
Helps to promote a feeling of relaxation, well being & calmness.
Soothe aching muscles Some techniques can aid slimming.
Helps overworked muscles regain elasticity.
Why Pulse Sports Therapy?
Pulse provide a high quality professional and personal service, and at an affordable rate. We understand each individual is different, and our (male and female) team of Sports Therapists and Sports Massage Therapists are all equipped with the necessary knowledge and experienced to provide a tailored sports massage to meet your needs.
So whether it be part of an injury prevention strategy or to help with the healing of a particular injury, or simply to release some muscular tension, call us on 07861 767 804 to make an appointment.
The clinic is a short walk from numerous main line and Underground train stations. Buses also stop just outside. You can plan your public transport journey directly using the TFL journey planner.
Train: Elephant & Castle Train Station – Approx 5 minute walk. Patients of ours also walk from Waterloo Station, which is a slightly longer walk.
Underground: Elephant & Castle Station (Zones 1 and 2 – Bakerloo and Northern Lines). 1 minute walk from the Bakerloo line exit.
Bus: Buses 1,2,2a,12,45,53,63,68,68a,133,171,176,188,199,344,355 all stop either just outside or very nearby.
Please use the ‘Directions’ option on Google Maps at the top of this page to find the best routes. We must warn you that there is Congestion Charging close to the area. There are Pay & Display parking spaces very close by. However, being based in central London, there is limited availability at peak times and parking is not available within the University itself.
For various reasons we are unable to display our prices on our web site. We do, however, consider our rates very competitive and reasonable (as do most of our patients), and if you get in contact with us we will happily discuss our pricing structure with you, before any appointment is arranged.
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