Sports Massage

“I can’t recommend Dales services enough. I’ve regularly seen him for massages and any slight injury concerns. Nothings ever too much trouble and instantly makes me feel at ease.” (Jade, Barnsley Womens Football Club)

Sports Massage is an extremely beneficial technique used to improve muscular performance, joint function, mobility or to benefit your psychological well-being. Whether you are a regular gym goer, athlete or sat at your desk at work, research has suggested this treatment has numerous beneficial factors. Enhanced blood production, improve mobility, decrease pain, releasing tightness, improve sleep, and reduce any stress levels, to name a few! 

 

This method is popular for all age groups and fitness backgrounds and our aim is to make the client feel as comfortable and at ease prior treatment. Please note we use specific oils for your treatments. Should you be aware of any allergies or have had bad skin reactions previously, please notify the therapist before your booking.

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“Had a superb sports massage from Dale on my adductor muscle after having constant problems. It felt looser straight away and since then has been a lot stronger. Great work at a great price.”

Casey (Lincoln)

Lower limb pain exercises continued...

Exercise 3 (of 4): Standing knee raise/Hip flexion. Becoming more related to runners, this can be used as a warm up or a back step during practice towards going back to running patterns. Take advantage of your hip muscles during your walk/run. Take the stress off your lower limbs! Use of both legs are involved here, if you take a closer look!
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We continue with our example exercises (2nd of 4) from yesterday. This exercise can be used as a progression to what we previously shared.

Resisted side walks can activate the glutes downwards and, again, promote foot alignment to engage in your waking or running motion. Get the glutes fired up 🔥!
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“Think outside the box” during trip rehab or prehabilitation needs. Sometimes we go directly to an area to fix compared to assessing, taking a step back and thinking around what may be causing dysfunction. Following our recent post on Saturday we would like to follow this on with some example exercises you can use to give you an advantage if you were back walking or running outside again, for example.

Exercise 1 of 4: Resisted eversion exercises. A notable point we see with runners (and walkers) in assessments is the position the foot is in a relaxed position. Having “inverted” feet may be the cause of the problem of heel pain, shin pain or misuse of the ankle motion. Using this exercise can strengthen and promote foot alignment.

Want to see our additional examples? Follow our Instagram page @sportstherapy2you for a further insight! 👀. Or if your just a Facebook follower keep tabs and we’ll be sharing our additional exercises during this week!
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