Post-Surgery Treatment

Get as much function back so you can get back to doing your normal day to day stuff sooner rather than later. Post-surgery treatment consists of Strengthening, Flexibility, Balance exercises, Hands on Treatment & Postural Education. 

Deep Tissue Treatment

Deep tissue treatment gets into the deeper layers of muscle which allows muscles to release tension, break down knots and scar tissue, improves flexibility and is a fantastic way to rid the body of any general aches and pains. 

Performance Therapy

Identify the typical movements patterns associated with your sport or activity.Maximise your performance by addressing the weak, inflexible parts of the body as well as your overall fitness, which includes your agility and speed.


Swedish Relaxation Therapy

Swedish Relaxation Therapy increases oxygen levels in the blood which in turn Boosts your Energy Levels and Overall Mood. It also increases Flexibility and rids the body of any General Aches and Pains. This is one of the most popular forms of massage therapy.

Pre-surgery Treatment

Pre-surgery Treatment focuses on getting as much function back as possible at the injured site but also to prevent injury to other areas of the body that will now start to compensate for your injury.


Reflexology stimulates energy channels located in the feet and hands that are linked to organs and regions of the body to help unblock the flow of energy and rebalance their systems.
Other Treatments

Physical Therapy
We specialise in treating a wide variety of Muscle, Nerve and Joint type injuries, for all ages, whether it’s for a recent or long term complaint, if you have undergone recent surgery or if it’s the case that you need to manage long term medical conditions such as arthritis or fibromyalgia and so on, we can cater for you! -15389" />
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