CS Sports Therapy
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About CS Sports Therapy
Welcome to CS Sports Therapy, a mobile clinic covering the areas of Bridgwater, Taunton & Yeovil, offering a range of sports therapy and holistic treatments. We deliver a personalised and professional service, dedicated to understanding the cause and prevention of injuries; treating and rehabilitating injuries and musculoskeletal problems.
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15 Nethermoor Rd, Bridgwater TA7, UK
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orts Massage is a form of deep tissue massage manipulating soft tissue in order to bring about a therapeutic and intense massage to structures at different depths. It encourages tissue repair, recovery and injury prevention from excess stresses that are put on the muscles on a day to day basis. Techniques involve brisk strokes, soft tissue release, neuromuscular techniques and muscle energy techniques. Sports massage is not solely for athletes and the benefits can also help with day to day aches and pains that everyone suffers with.
Holistic massage is effective at treating and preventing of musculoskeletal injuries and trauma. It is used to help alleviate muscular problems, and can assist with reduction of pain, increase range of movement in joints; rid the muscles of scar tissue and help with relaxation both physically and mentally.
Hot Stones Massage
stone massage is a unique technique of massage therapy involving the use basalt stones which are heated in water and applied to the body. The warmth and weight of the hot stones helps the client to relax calming the mind, and encouraging deep meditation enabling the body to be more receptive to the treatment benefits. Cold marble stones may also be used alternatively for sports massage or if there are any muscle injuries or inflammation.
Purpose: There is a vast array of different strapping and taping methods that can be used for problems with different anatomical locations. The main purpose of strapping any part of the body is to prevent injury, or to provide support for an existing injury. Taping a joint makes this possible as it restricts movement, while providing support for tendons and ligaments.The aim of taping is to limit unwanted movement at joint or offloading specific anatomical structures where a weakness has been identified.
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