Massage Therapy & Sports Massage in Banbury

Massage Therapy Banbury

Massage therapy involves the manual manipulation of soft tissue in the body. Your muscles, tendons, ligaments and connectives tissues are all involved. There are various types of massage therapies and our team at Banbury Private Physiotherapy Practice are skilled in a wide range of popular techniques.

Massage therapy is available as a stand-alone treatment but it is commonly used as a complementary practice to treatment for a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions.

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Sports Massage Banbury

Given our expertise with athletes, we offer specific sports massage focussed sessions.

Sports massage has physical and psychological benefits that can help people of all athletic levels get back into shape, reduce muscle soreness, boost performance, aid flexibility, and bring a sense of calm.

Sports massage at Banbury Physiotherapy is offered on an appointment basis or as part of your treatment plan. You can book a single session and begin feeling the benefits now.

Need an excuse to book a sports massage session? A study by The Buck Institute shows it reduces inflammation and promotes muscle growth even in older participants.

Massage brings relief and comfort to those suffering from general muscle soreness. It also reduces DOMS as part of an intensive training regime.

Many of us suffer from stiffness due to spending too much time at our desks or in our cars. Physiotherapy based sports massage can open up the muscle fibres that are hard to stretch.  The sheath or fascia surrounding the muscle is also manipulated reducing pressure and tension.

There are cardiovascular benefits to sports massage too. By increasing blood flow to the tissues and dilating your micro-circulation, sports massage helps flush away toxins and waste products like lactic acid and allows fresh oxygen and nutrients to get in there and work their magic. Regular sessions will increase joint mobility, flexibility, and reduce the risk of injury during exercise.

A session a week takes between 45 minutes and an hour, and it’ll put a new spring in your step that lasts for a few days afterwards.

Body, brain and heart benefits! Contact us to book a sports massage session now.