Sports Massage

The vast majority of rehabilitation treatments will include sports massage. Sports massage is something that should be included in the life of an athlete, whether injured or not. It has both physical and psychological effects for the individual.

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Trigger Point Therapy

Jon W Sports Injury therapists use trigger point therapy in their treatments. Trigger point therapy is a hands-on technique that involves applying pressure to a tender area of muscle or a ‘trigger point’.

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Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound is a treatment that uses a specialised machine to send sound waves at a high frequency into the body.

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Foot Assessments

The foot is the first thing to make contact with the ground with any weight bearing activities (such as running, walking, squatting). The foot therefore has to absorb the reaction force from the ground into the body. As a result, if there is any abnormal foot biomechanics this can create excessive force throughout the body. This typically causes pain around the foot, knee, hip and lower back.

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Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology Taping (KT) is the latest form of taping and one that has attracted a lot of attention due to its often brightly coloured appearance.

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