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Deep Tissue Sports Massage Glasgow Winter Special 45 Minutes - £30 E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Sunday, 07 December 2014 00:00

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Deep tissue sports Massage Glasgow Winter Special 45 Minutes - £30 Saturday mornings sessions available from  8.00am - 1.30pm

To claim this discount offer your  sports massage session must be paid for prior to attending via BACS or Paypal. Get in touch to book session call David on 07966570733

Sports Injury Massage Therapy consists of a combination of soft tissue manipulation techniques, which can be used to help improve performance and optimise recovery following training or competition. All Sports Therapy Scotland therapists are skilled and qualified in Sports Massage Therapy.

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Christmas and New Year Opening Hours E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Sunday, 07 December 2014 00:00

Christmas and New Year Opening Hours -

We are open and available for appointments for Sports Therapy , Physiotherapy and Sports massage throughout the festive season with the only exceptions being closed Christmas Day , Boxing Day , 1st January and 2nd January.

Please call David on 07966570733 to book appointment.

Best wishes for the remainder of 2013 and 2014

Sports Therapy Scotland

 
Explaining Posture E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Saturday, 01 November 2014 13:25

This blog article was written and supplied by Pete Woollhead 

Western populations are becoming increasingly swarmed by postural related conditions. Due to the increase of sedentary lifestyles in western populations, many people are experiencing recurring acute and chronic lower back pain and neurological symptoms that can be considered highly dysfunctional.


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Steven Ray Cage Warriors World Champion E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Saturday, 01 November 2014 00:00

Steven Ray Cage Warriors World Champion will defend his title in Newcastle on Saturday 1st Novemeber 2014 against Carl Warburton. This will be their 3rd meeting with both winning 1 each. Steven is hoping to make the breakthrough to the UFC in 2015.

We all look forward to helping Steven Ray achieve his dream with our continued support in the assessment , treatment and rehabilitation of any injuries that Steven may have.


 
Back Pain Should it be a 'Pain in The Back? E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 00:00

Back Pain , Lower back pain treatment  Glasgow and Stirling

Back pain, I'm sure we've all had it from time to time. In my experience too many of us are 'happy' to  put up with it to 'see how it goes' or 'it should go away soon.'

When we experience back pain it affects our daily activities, reduces  our range of motion and unfortunately causes pain. 

There are several ways to deal with back pain both or lower back pain self applied and via Sports Therapist or Physiotherapist.


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Vocal Massage Scotland , Glasgow and Stirling E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Thursday, 02 October 2014 21:29

Vocal Massage Scotland , Glasgow SEC Hydro , SECC, CLyde Auditorium Kings Theatre, and Stirling Mac Robert Centre.

Vocal Massage is becoming extremely popular with singers, actors and public speakers.

The massage involves working the muscles in the shoulders, neck, throat and face with gentle pressured therapy, to relieve tension, flush toxins and to free muscle adhesions.

 


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Ryder Cup Gleneagles 2014 E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 05:03

Travelling to the Ryder Cup Gleneagles 2014? 

Want to improve your golf? Ease pain? Shoulders stiff , back stiff?


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Football Pre-Season Training E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Thursday, 26 June 2014 00:00

I thought I'd share this blog again to coincide with most teams starting pre-season training this week. I have witnessed many weird and wonderful pre-season training methods that are supposed to enhance the fitness of the football players doing such activities.


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Golf Injuries What are they ? - Explained E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Saturday, 31 May 2014 06:28

Golf Injuries in Detail


1 Low Back Pain
2 Golfer's Elbow
3 Plantar Fasciitis
4 Knee Pain
5 Shoulder Pain


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Edinburgh Marathon 2014 Deep Tissue Sports Massage E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Thursday, 15 May 2014 00:00

The Edinburgh Marathon 2014 Event is coming soon 24th and 25th May and I'm sure we all know someone,family or friend who is running in this for a good cause. In The "run-up" to this wonderful and incredibly demanding task i tend to have clients looking for a sports massage to help prepare for the big day. Massage is a wonderful way to help someone prepare for an event like the Edinburgh Marathon. It helps the muscle tissue relax before the event and therefore can psychologically help in the mental preparation for the marathon.

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Golf Injuries - 5 Most Common Golf Injuries E-mail
Written by Davey Jenkins   
Monday, 12 May 2014 00:00

Golf Injuries  - 5 Most Common Golf Injuries and can we prevent them?



1 - Low Back Pain

2 - Golfers Elbow (Medial Epicondylitis)

3 - -Plantar Fasciatis

4 - Knee Pain

5 - Shoulder Pain

Golf is usually considered a low level activity, but golfers often suffer serious injuries. Over 50% of touring professionals have had to stop playing because of injuries.

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