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Soft Tissue Therapy

Soft Tissue Therapy - Sports Massage, Remedial Massage & Deep Tissue Massage Therapy in Epsom, Ashtead, Leatherhead and surrounding areas


Soft Tissue Therapy

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Soft Tissue Therapy is the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of minor and chronic musculoskeletal injuries and pain that occur in our everyday lives, using deep tissue massage along with various soft tissue techniques to treat the pains you have in muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.

With a holistic approach the treatment aims to identify the underlying causes of your pain or injury and provide more long term improvements in physical wellbeing and injury prevention whilst offering rehabilitation advice.

Soft Tissue Therapy is also ideal for those just wanting a more tailored massage for general aches and pains where no assessment is needed.

Based in Epsom, I see clients from Ashtead, Leatherhead and the surrounding areas.


How can Soft Tissue Therapy help me?

Treatments are beneficial to improve mobility, reduce acute or persistent pain, prevent injury, help strengthen your body and improve mental wellbeing.

Whether you are looking for a Remedial massage to help with acute or chronic pain or injury that is impacting your daily life, a relaxing Deep Tissue Massage tailored to your specific needs or a Sports massage to help improve performance and muscle tone, Soft Tissue Therapy can be beneficial to you.

Treatments are for all ages and activity levels.

Common Complaints include

  • Backache and Lower back pain
  • Stiff neck and Shoulder pain
  • Hip, Knee and leg pain
  • Tension headaches
  • Tennis/Golfers elbow
  • Sports related injuries / muscle tension
  • Foot pain / plantar fasciitis
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Sciatic pain
  • Muscle strains / pain
  • Scar discomfort
  • Post Surgery discomfort / stiffness
  • Tendonitis/Tendinopathy
  • Relieve stress and anxiety
  • General muscle aches and pains

    Chronic Conditions
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • IBS
  • Asthma / Bronchitis
  • Arthritis


  • What are Soft Tissue Techniques?

    Alongside massage, Soft Tissue Therapy includes the use of various techniques to further assist the release of tension through muscles allowing them to relax. The techniques I use during your treatment are described below.

    Muscle Energy Techniques (MET) which allows for tense muscles to be restored to normal tone, increases joint mobility and improves musculoskeletal function whilst strengthening weak muscles.

    Neuromuscular Techniques (NMT) which uses a form of trigger point therapy to release tension and spasms in specific areas.

    Soft Tissue Release (STR) allows for tense muscles to be glided into a stretch, allowing for the release of tension and adhesions in the muscle fibres.

    Positional Release Techniques (PRT) allows for the force to be taken off tense muscles enabling them to relax.

    Myofascial Techniques involve strong rolling strokes through the fascial layers to break through adhesions that can restrict function.



    If you are looking for Sports Massage or Remedial Massage in Epsom, Ashtead, Leatherhead or surrounding areas then my Clinic based in Woodlands Road Epsom is easily accessible for you. I'm also ideally located for those looking for a Therapist near to Banstead, Dorking, Cobham and Guildford and other areas within Surrey.

    Please feel free to contact me to arrange an initial appointment.


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