Soft Tissue Therapists treat clients who have musculoskeletal injury, pain or dysfunction caused by any of life’s stresses and from all walks of life.  Although sport can be a common factor with many of our clients symptoms, this is far from being the main issue we deal with.

Soft Tissue Therapy integrates three essential clinical elements:

  • Assessment
    Applying a range of assessment methods to determine whether Soft Tissue Therapy is appropriate and devise a suitable treatment plan for the individual client.  This will include range of motion tests and posture assessment.  See more detail here.
  • Treatment
    Applying a range of soft tissue techniques (including massage) to aid recovery from injury and improve soft tissue condition and joint mobility.
  • Rehabilitation
    Offering advice on a range of remedial exercises and lifestyle factors aimed at speeding up recovery, preventing injury recurrence as well as improving posture, performance and function.

I use the following techniques:

I am often told people are worried that a sports massage might be too much, but looking at my infographic below you can see some statistics about the clients I have treated.