Prices

1 Hour – From £40

(Consultations are free of charge during your first appointment)

1 Hour 20 minutes – From £60

(Consultations are free of charge during your first appointment)

Exercise/Stretching programme designs – From £20

Warm up assistance – £25

Match day assistance – £90

Prices may vary dependent location/region (eg. NG or S1 postal areas). 

"I've suffered with muscular pain and stiffness following a broken ankle. The ankle is feeling better after a single session. Dale is informative and professional!"

Gabriella (Lincoln)

Sometimes a sports therapist can be specified as a one dimensional profession. However being involved in contrasting work scenarios and a mix range of clientele and abilities, being a sports therapist offers a lot more.

From young athletes to the elderly, our work load covers a diverse range of service helping those wanting to achieve a personal best running time to those wanting to create a balanced walking pattern or to simply to improve mobility to improve their lifestyle. The broad skill range that we offer will give the confidence of achieving your set goals in rehabilitation, progressing to your next stage of fitness or getting you through the tough times exercise can have.
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25% off training/rehab programmes offer extended to the 31st July 2020. Looking to freshen up your home exercise workout or having constant problems with a current or previous injury?! Get in touch for further details 📧 ... See MoreSee Less

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7 days ago

Sports Therapy 2 You Ltd.

Now we can admire this dodgy tan ☀️, however this post actually is looking at the impact of muscle mass comparisons. In this image there is a significant difference between the 2 sets of quads. On the left hand side you can more width and increased definition compared to the right hand side. This can be caused from previous injuries, lack of rehabilitation, or just the case of increased use of opposing side without realising 🤷‍♂️.

This observation is an example used during our injury assessment process. In this case scenario, right knee pain and discomfort has been experienced whilst running and had a football background. You can look around the routes of patella tendonitis, tight hips or increased running intensity for the reason of the pain. Muscle mass comparison can also be significant to why pain symptoms are being felt. Running has a lot of impact on our joints and reduced muscle mass can influence the protection given to the knee whilst running. Increased muscle mass protects your knee and reduces the stress caused on your joint. Make sense?

How do you look to fix this? Keep posted over the next few days and we will be sharing examples of exercises to add your programmes 🏋️‍♂️🏋️‍♀️
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