Sports massage

Sports massage is the scientific manipulation and assessment of soft tissue for the prevention of injuries, whilst improving general muscle structure to maintain good physical condition. By improving circulation Sports Massage has a positive theraputic effect on all the systems of the body.

How can sports massage benefit you?

Physically

The Benefits of Sports & Deep Tissue Massage can aid the flow of the Lymph and Venous systems, creating improved circulation. This is essential for the growth of muscle tissue and rapid recuperation from training or injury.

Psychologically

The psychological effects can be instigated pre or post events, based around the belief that relaxation enables the individual to remain calm in any stressful situation.

Physiologically

Sports Massage relaxes the muscles through warmth and stretching, improving circulation and oxygen supply, and relieving pain in the affected area.

Recover

Sports injuries, whether recent or established, can be relieved through massage, loosening tight muscles, aiding relaxation and could be the answer to your muscular, ligament or tendon injuries.

Maintain

By maintaining better physical condition Sports Massage can help Prevent injury and loss of mobility, restoring mobility to injured muscle tissue and boosting athletic performance.

Rehabilitate

Normal functions can be restored to muscle and soft tissue structures via the use of Sports Massage, aiding injury prevention.

Short term Benefits:

  1. Increases the blood flow
  2. Increases the lymphatic flow, reducing pain
  3. Swelling and inflammation and speeding up the healing process
  4. Relieves stress and tension caused by over used muscles
  5. Reduces muscular tension, and fatigue
  6. Increases muscle tone and broaden muscle fibers
  7. Mobilises the joints
  8. Increase eliminations of waste products

Long term Benefits:

  1. Improves general circulation
  2. Balance of the muscles and joints, leading to a better state of health
  3. Breaking down of scar or fibrous tissue, restoring elasticity to the joints
  4. Greater mobility within the joints of the body
  5. Overall relief of stress
6. Greater immunity to further injuries

Extensive range of injuries and illness that Sports massage can help.
Sports injuries Fibromyalgia (fibrositis)
Muscular tension
Circulation problems
Headaches
Back pain
Whiplash injuries
Sinus problems
Frozen shoulder
Neurasthenia (fatigue, anxiety, headache, neuralgia, depressed mood)
Post-stroke
Arthritis
Paralysis
Nervous exhaustion

Our Approach

The Revive approach is simple – we treat everyone as individuals and all solutions are tailored to suit your lifestyle.

Before treatment begins Revive will undertake an initial consultation and postural assessment to expose the condition and possible cause. This initial assessment will last approximately 1 hour and will form the structure for the rest of your treatment, The Revive company will then create a bespoke treatment plan based around your lifestyle, leisure activities and level of health and fitness, This will include ‘self help’ techniques for excercise between consultations that will enhance the rehabilitation process and avoid any potential ramifications from the treatment.

  • Prepare. Pre and Post Event Sports Massage helps prepare the individual for an event, helping to reduce the risk of injury.
  • Maintain. By maintaining better physical condition Sports Massage can help prevent injury and loss of mobility, restoring mobility to injured muscle tissue and boosting athletic performance.
  • Recover. Sports functions, weather recent or established, can be relieved through massage, loosening tight muscles, aiding relaxation and could be the answer to your muscylar, ligament or tendon injuries.
  • Rehabilitate. Normal Functions can be restored to muscle and soft tissue structures via the use of Sports Massabe, aiding injury prevention.
  • Physically. Sports Massage can aid the flow of the Lymph and Venous systems, creating improved circulation. This is essential for the growth of muscle tissue and rapid recueration from training or injury.
  • Psychohologically. The psychological effects can be instigated pre or post event, based around the belief that relaxation enables the individual to remain calm in any stressful situation.
  • Physiologically. Sports Therapy relaxes the muscles through warmth and stretching, improving circulation and oxygen supply and relieving pain in the affected area.