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Sports Massage/Deep tissue Massage

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Rate for 30 minutes  £40/30mins
Rate for 60 minutes £75/60mins

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Tom is a licensed Deep Tissue/Sports Massage Therapist and Acupuncturist at AcuPro Clinic. Tom completed a BSc degree in Sports Science at the University of Birmingham. During his time, he completed a yearlong placement as a Strength and Conditioning Coach, giving him in-depth knowledge of weight training, anatomy and rehabilitation. He then completed a Level 3 International Diploma in Deep Tissue/Sports Massage and worked in a chiropractic clinic as a Physical and Nutritional Therapist for 1 year. During his time there, Tom completed the Level 5 HePAG Acupuncture Foundation Course (Western Medical Approach), allowing him to use both deep tissue massage and acupuncture for his treatments. Tom has found adapting the use of Acupuncture and Deep Tissue Massage, either together or independently, brings effective and positive results to the body. 

 

Deep Tissue Massage and soft tissue release are the main treatments Tom uses. Deep Tissue Massage is a form of therapy in which you massage the muscles deeply to release and break down restricted parts of muscle tissue. Regular weekly to monthly deep tissue massages can result in many benefits including improved sport and exercise performance, reduction of painful and achy muscles, increased range of motion, improved recovery, increased relaxation, and an improved sense of wellbeing. Conditions such as lower backache, shoulder/neck ache, headaches, and sciatica are just a few of the problems a deep tissue massage can help. Tom also uses Gua Shua, which is an alternative therapy that involves scraping the skin with a massage tool to dramatically improve blood circulation. Improving blood circulation like this can help in removing toxins from certain parts of the body and replacing them with new nutrients from the blood. This ancient Chinese healing technique may offer a different approach to better health, addressing issues like chronic pain and reducing inflammation.

What you should know?

Acupuncture rarely ‘hurts‘. The most that people experience is a dull ache around the base of the inserted needle, or a slight tingling feeling when the needle is inserted. Points at the extremities, like toe or finger ends, can sometimes be a little sharp, but the sensation is usually brief.

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