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Sports Massage at Team Physio

Updated: Mar 2


Sports massage is a deep form of soft tissue mobilization. A sports massage can be applied in a sporting and non-sporting context. Sports massage involves a wide range of techniques that include effleurage, kneading, wringing, hacking and trigger pointing. A sports massage is used for general relaxation of the muscular skeletal system as well as being directed towards any problem areas. At Team Physio we will help you relieve muscular tension, break down adhesion is, mobilize soft tissues and reduce pain.

Our sport massage is not just limited to athletes, it is for anyone who is in need of remedial or soft tissue mobilization.

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What to expect from Team Physio?



At Team Physio our physiotherapists are experienced with a wide range og massage techniques. Common massage techniques used during a sports massage include:


  • Wringing

  • Keading

  • Effleurage

  • Hacking

  • Trigger Pointing

These movements and techniques are used to try to help the athlete's body achieve maximum performance and physical conditioning with a decreased chance of injury or pain and a quicker recovery.


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Benefits of a Sport Massage at Team Physio


  • Releases excess muscle tension

  • Speeds up recovery after intensive workout or injury

  • Improves muscle performance and body posture

  • Helps in early recognition of potential problems preventing injury

  • Increases range of motion in joints and muscle flexibility

  • Helps to offer relief from sciatica, back pain and muscle aches

  • Brings about general mental and physical relaxation and higher levels of energy

  • Stimulates mental alertness, brighter thinking and positive attitude


What next?


If you would like to book an appointment or request further information, please contact your nearest clinic by clicking here.

Mawsley clinic: 01536697989

Corby clinic: 01604217821

Do not forget that you can also contact us through email.

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