Sports Injury and Massage
Sports Injury and Massage

Sports Injury and Massage


Sports Injury

Sports injury (and massage) rehabilitation involves many manual therapy and exercise techniques combined to address injuries and return sportsmen and woman back to full performance as previously (or better if possible).

At Sports Injury Glasgow we specialise in the treatment and rehabilitation sports injuries both acute and long term. Within our team we have great sports injury experts who have experience assessing, treating and rehabilitating any sports injury you may have, regardless what you have been told by any other practitioner we are confident we can sort you issue and get you back pain free and performing better than ever.

Some sports injuries are not always as simple as a hamstring pull or sprained ankle however, we always aim to identify and address the root cause of the issue whether it be a mechanical, movement or postural issue triggering your recurring injury. This is the key to long term success and remaining pain free.

When rehabilitating injuries, we use a number of manual therapy and movement techniques depending on your injury and goals. What sets us aside from your standard sports injury therapist is that we have a team who specialise in different areas from chronic pain right through to acute sports injuries so regarding of your issue or issues we can help you from head to toe.

Here are some of the techniques we use, just to give you an idea: Advanced stretching, soft tissue release, movement pattern corrections, balance and proprioception exercises, strengthening techniques, flexibility drills, return to sport drills and many more.

Why not come in or get in touch with us and see how we can help you get pain free and keep performing to your maximum again. Even if you have a small niggle that could be the difference between winning and losing or getting that personal best!

You can BOOK ONLINE or just pop your head in and say HI at our clinic.

Sports Massage

Sports massage regardless of its name is not only for sportsmen or woman here at Pain Relief Glasgow our clients vary from office workers with mild neck aches and pains to sportspeople looking to recover or prepare for an event. We think of sports massage as a focused treatment on a specific area of concern whether it be a tight muscle, old injury, aching joint or just general aches and pains that need attention.

The aim of a good sports massage is tailored to your aims or goals, for some this is maintaining performance during training or recovering from a sporting event or a tough few weeks at work. Clients also come with the aim of just relaxation and tension release to keep them ticking along in life.

A sports massage at Pain Relief Glasgow will sometimes include an element of stretching and possibly some movement pattern corrections, once again depending on your goals and aims. However, regardless your aim you’ll always leave feeling 100 times better than you walked in.

All our therapists at our clinic are degree qualified and have worked within a professional football environment treating players as well as maintaining their performance levels through sports massage.

To book your sports massage click the BOOK NOW button on our website and secure your appointment now, otherwise just pop into our clinic have a chat and we can take it from there.

If you are unsure if you should book a sports massage or come in for rehabilitation or chronic pain treatment get in touch and we’ll be happy to have a chat with you. Click here to book your session with Callum.


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