The prime purpose of sports therapy is to redress the damage which
builds up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activity, whether
that be from strenuous physical workouts, or the niggles that occur from
our day to day lives. When injuries occur, due to overexertion, overuse , underuse,
or a build-up of damage, sports therapy can break it down quickly and effectively
helping recovery time, increasing range of movement and decreasing pain. Above all,
it can help prevent those trivial injuries that so often get in the way of performance
and achievement, whether one is an athlete, ardent keep-fitter or a once a week jogger.
Treatments are not just for the sports person: anyone can benefit from sports therapy
treatments, including people in physically demanding jobs, people with chronic conditions and those people
where occupational, emotional and postural stress may produce many similar characteristics to
Member of the Sports Therapy Organisation and trained at the esteemed
Active Health Group and Manchester University.