• Arthritis
  • Back Pain
  • Sciatica
  • Fibromyalgia

Arthritis

Over 10 million people in the UK are affected by Arthritis, making life a daily struggle. Joints become stiff and inflamed meaning that movement can be both painful and restricted.

By providing a deep penetrating massage that helps improve circulation, increase mobility and reduce pain this treatment can benefit even the most severe cases of arthritis.

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Back Pain

Our backs have an extremely complex structure meaning that often it can be difficult to locate the problem or identify what has caused it. Strains, injuries and stress are all common factors as well as pore posture. Keeping mobile and active is important but this can be challenging when you are in pain.

Massage therapy helps to relieve muscle tension and improve circulation helping the body to repair itself.

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Sciatica

The intense or chronic pain from sciatica is often caused by a slipped disc causing pressure on the sciatic nerve. The lower half of the body including the pelvis and bottom, down the legs and into the feet. Often sufferers can feel tingling and weakness in the lower leg or feet.

Massage therapy will help reduce the pain and inflammation by stimulating the blood circulation and improve your comfort.

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Fibromyalgia

Whilst there is no test to diagnose this chronic condition, sufferers experience widespread pain, fatigue, muscle stiffness and tenderness.

Massage therapy, helps relieve muscle tension removing the pressure on the nerves alleviating the pain.

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