What services do we offer?
Sports massage is a form of hands-on therapy, that involves the manipulation of soft tissue structures to help loosen tightened areas. This treatment option is used to help with a variety of musculoskeletal pain and can be tapered to the individual's needs, whether this is a post-exercise recovery massage or a general maintenance session.
- Reduces Stiffness, Pain, Scar Tissue & Inflammation
- Speeds Up Injury Recovery
- Improves athletic performance
- Stimulates Relaxation & Improves Mood.
- Reduces Stress & Anxiety
Personalised Injury Rehabilitation Programming
A bespoke plan that will enable our clients to return to functional activities by working on flexibility, mobility and strength to allow safe recovery from their injury and prevent reoccurrence. This can be targetted to an individual's needs and goals by professional planning, allowing us to create a plan for you with the equipment you have available, whether this is at home or in the gym.
- Reduction of Pain
- Improves Flexibility, Mobility, and Strength
- Restoration of Correct Joint Function
- Reduces Swelling
- Strengthens Structures To Become Stronger Than They Were Before
Dry Cupping Therapy
Dry Cupping Therapy is an ancient technique, that dates back to as long as 5000 years ago! It involves using a suction cup to create a negative pressure, which will lift the skin and the tissues. This will help to accommodate the healing process, allowing you to get back to your best.
- Relieves Muscle Tightness
- Improves Blood Flow & Lymphatic Drainage
- Reduced Stress & Anxiety Detoxification
Dry Needling (AKA Medical Acupuncture)
Dry Needling utilises a thin filiform needle to penetrate the skin, fascia and muscles to address adhesions, trigger points, and connective tissue. This can help to speed up the healing process and relieve pain by decreasing muscle hypertonicity, increasing range of movement, and correcting movement dysfunction through releasing a trigger point adhesion.
- Relieve Pain
- Improved Blood Flow
- Improve Muscular Function
- Improve Range Of Movement
- Improve Muscle Activation
Assisted Stretching used at our clinic combines 2 different types of movements. Muscle Energy Techniques (MET) which uses gentle muscle contractions of the client in order to relax and lengthen the soft tissue structures surrounding the area. The other method is Soft Tissue Release which Involved compressing trigger points and then lengthens the targeted muscle in order to release the tension.
- Improved Range of Movement
- Reduce Chronic Pain
- Breaks Down Adhesions and Scar Tissue
- Promotes Muscle Relaxation
- Improves Healing Time of Ligaments
Kinesiology Tape is a form of therapeutic adhesive tape applied directly to the skin that is made of an elastic cotton strip that can be applied to a variety of different injuries to help support joints and ease the pain. At The Therapy Hub, we exclusively use the premium brand, SPORTTAPE
- Reduce Pain & Inflammation
- Accelerate Recovery From Bruising & Contusions
- Relieves Muscle Spasms
- Improved Blood & Lymph Flow
- Supports Joints Without Restricting Range of Movement
Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM) is where a tool is used which enables the therapist to efficiently locate and treat individuals diagnosed with soft tissue dysfunction. The technique itself is a modern evolution from Traditional Chinese Medicine called ‘Gua Sha’
- Improves Recovery Time
- Breaks Down Soft Tissue Restrictions
- Improves Range of Movement
- Decreases Pain
- Increases Muscle Recruitment
Joint mobilisations are a manual therapy intervention, used by professionals in both a passive and active manor to address range of movement issues in different areas of the body. Here at The Therapy Hub, we use a combination of Maitland’s & Mulligans Mobilisations from a grade 1-4
- Improve Range of Movement
- Reduce Pain
- Ease Muscle Spasms
- Improve functional movements