Massage has been used as a treatment for hundreds of years and is scientifically proven to be effective in aiding in injury recovery and pain relief.
But the benefits of sports massage and manipulation are far-reaching, and can be used to improve your circulation, posture and flexibility, and well as relieving back, shoulder and neck pain.
There are also many passive benefits to massage which includes:
- Increased suppleness and flexibility of muscles and joints
- Prevention of muscle and tendon injuries
- Efficient clearing of harmful metabolic by-products
- Reduction of scar tissue
- Improved tissue elasticity
- Improvements in your tissue’s micro-circulation
But as well as the many physical benefits, massage offers a host of psychological benefits as well. For example it can reduce your approach anxiety. Approach anxiety, which is the anxiety you feel about an upcoming match or event, is a common part of sports participation. You may also feel enhanced feelings of invigoration and rejuvenation and an increased awareness of your mind-body connection.
The practitioners here at Morley Chiropractic clinic have been offering remedial massage as a service for over 20 years. In this time we have treated an untold number of patients for uncountable issues. Read some our testimonials here.
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Our clinic in Leeds offers a superb range of services, from podiatry and acupuncture to remedial massage and Pilates.
- Monday: 8am to 7pm
- Tuesday: 8am to 7pm
- Wednesday: 8am to 7pm
- Thursday: 8am to 7pm
- Friday: 8am to 6pm
- Saturday: Closed
- Sunday: Closed