Clinical massage

Clinical massage is perfect for Musculoskeletal injuries, acute and chronic or persistent pain within the body. It includes a rehab plan and strength and conditioning program. This is a 6 week massage program to increase range of motion and decrease pain.

Great for:

  • Sciatica
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Nerve pain and impingement syndromes
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Rotator cuff injuries
  • Chronic neck and lower back pain
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Knee injuries and related pain
  • Chronic headaches and migraines
  • Tennis and golfer's elbow
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Chronic and persistent pain within the body
I can’t believe the transformation! For years I have been experiencing pain and discomfort due to scoliosis this prevented me from having a fully active life, but since I started with Sheree the change has been miraculous.
Jane Howard
Sheree gives some help and tips on self care that help outside appointments. Don't hesitate, if you have a niggle, book with Sheree and you'll be in safe hands.
Rebekah Searl

Clinical massage is specific to acute injuries, chronic or persistent pain and musculoskeletal conditions. Sheree is a JingTM trained massage therapist and currently completing her degree in Level 6 Clinical massage, the highest level of clinical massage in Britain. After completing her second year, Sheree has the knowledge and understanding of complex pathologies such as stroke, Osteoarthritis, nerve pain and chronic pain conditions and is now ready to complete her dissertation research project in Parkinson’s as part of her final year. Clinical massage is an outcome based massage, using benchmarks and orthopaedic testing to narrow down and assess the potential condition. Whilst I am not allowed to officially diagnose (as I am not a Doctor) I can suggest a treatment plan specific to what presents upon consultation and orthopaedic test results. Using tried and tested techniques, clinical massage is able to decrease pain and increase range of motion in the affected joint or muscle group. Using manual techniques such as myofascial work, IASTM (instrument assisted soft tissue manipulation) techniques, trigger point therapy and more, clinical massage includes a full rehab plan specific to each client. Similar to Physiotherapy, clinical massage is a more hands on approach with massage more at the heart of each treatment. Clinical massage treatments also include self rehab tools such as resistance bands and trigger point massage balls free of charge. Dry needling, sports tape and cupping can also be used in conjunction with hands on treatment. Why wait for as much as 8-10 weeks, to see a GP orientated physio, who will give you unspecific exercise handouts and not even put their hands on you? Sheree has trained over 7 years to be as experienced and clinically knowledgeable as she is. Having treated many acute injuries and musculoskeletal pathologies, Sheree is confident that clinical massage can have many successful outcomes of reducing pain and increasing ranges of motion in all sorts of conditions and injuries. This is a 6 weekly course of massage to increase range of motion and decrease chronic pain.

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