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With close to 10,000 hours of information gathered in our hands from treating soft tissue problems and sports injuries: we know what feels normal; what is out of the ordinary and how tissue should respond when we apply certain techniques. We also get to see how certain techniques change tissue more than others and apply these according to our knowledge. This experience extends to the advice we give clients and their feedback to the effectiveness on the changes we make. We hope to pass on some of this intelligence over to you as an aid to your sport or to resolve some of the issues brought on by modern life-styles.

 

 

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In the press

Runners World, Men's Health, Channel 4, Cycling Active and Cycling.TV are some of the media channels we have worked with on articles either regarding sports massage or cycling. As the industry grows and moves, we are finding more and more interest in the articles we publish.

 

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Case studies

Whilst we are interested in everyone who walks through our door, some cases are challenging, others interesting and some useful for regular issues which can be easily resolved. Our reputation is built on resolving issues and love nothing more than a challenging, unresolved problem and are happy to share some of these challenges with you in the hope that you may learn or understand injuries a little better.

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Cycling

While cycling is a great non-load bearing sport, it brings with it a great challenge in getting bike and body to work in harmony. From bike fitting, to choice of food on the bike, as cyclists ourselves we've been through the mill and in our articles on cycling we hope to share some of our trials and tribulations which may resolve some of the mysteries around such a great sport (we're not biased).

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Running

Chasing a PB, trying to get fit, escaping the stress or shedding a few extra pounds, running is such a natural thing to do and as the famous book said we were Born to Run. But often with it comes aches and pains and while sports massage is great for resolving and relieving issues, preventing injury is better. We'll share what we find in this area, as we'd rather you were on the road than on the couch.

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Marathon

Whether you're training for a marathon or putting your trainers on to run a half, a marathon or an ultra: at some point something is going to niggle; your legs are going to feel like sacks of sand; or your hamstrings / calves are going to feel tighter than a politician's wallet. Managing these symptoms can often take a bit of external intervention - a change to training, stretching, nutrition or just a good old sports massage. We will question fads and tell you what we see working in clinic, in the hope that running remains an enjoyable, injury free activity.

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Deskbound

We can't escape the perils of being lashed to a desk all day, but we can build in little changes allowing our bodies to cope with inactively being held in fixed positions, a very unnatural state for humans.The disparity between weekly non-activity and weekend activity causes some of the issues we see in clinic.

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Sports Massage Zone

Sports Massage Zone - Moorgate, Liverpool Street, Bank EC2
3rd Floor (Bell Court Dental Practice)
1 Throgmorton Avenue
London EC2N 2JJ

Sports Massage Zone - Cannon Street EC4
60 Cannon Street
London EC4N 6NP

07799037773

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