Trigger Point Therapy

This type of therapy has long been recognised as an effective treatment of various bodily pains. It has been practitioned as an effective alternative when modern western medicines have failed. It’s documented as curing various clients acute back, neck, shoulder, knee, sciatica, headaches and general muscle pain.
Trigger point techniques include the use of cross fibre friction and myofascial release. It’s designed to Increase blood flow to muscles thus increasing oxygen levels in your body. Trigger point therapy often assists in the removal of metabolic waste and promotes relaxation.

Both Kate and Neil have a high level of understanding on injury rehabilitation. This stems from the training they have undertaken in physiology and muscle anatomy.

Like all services Kate and Neil will tailor your trigger point massage to your individual requirements.

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Testimonials

Sandra Thompson
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I had the pleasure of meeting Neil when I had a shoulder injury from my work. He found the spot where all my pain was centered and to my relief I could move my shoulder as normal...
Barry Moyle
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I meet Neil through me playing football and getting an injury to my lower back after landing hard on the ground. Took a couple of visits to see Neil, to cure me and get me back on the field.
Jenny Stocker
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Hi for many years I have had Calf, ankle and problems with my feet. A good friend of mine, made a recommendation of Neil to me. After several visits I can walk with a lot more ease ….
J Hancock
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Neil has been a friend of mine for a while and when he heard I had some mobility problems he offered a course of leg massages that helped me get about with less restriction.
Ralph Danials
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I’ve been restricted since a rear end car accident, the pain was unbearable, and pain relief was a temporary solution. Massage helped to relieve pain so that the rehabilitation could and did achieve its goal.
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