We provide massage in Twickenham. This includes sports massage, pregnancy massage and deep tissue massage by physiotherapists or therapists with medical degrees.
We believe that what constitutes a great massage is unique to everyone. We assess and analyse you before your massage so that we can provide different pressures and styles to match your needs.
We leave 10 minutes between clients to clean the room with wipes and an aerosol disinfectant. The therapists follows the government guidelines by wearing a face mask and washing hands between sessions. To find out more, take a look at our specific COVID-19 page.
At Move Physio, we offer massage that is moderate to firm in nature and specific to the areas that you need treating rather than following a massage routine.
Massage is a therapy that uses varying pressures to treat the muscles and joints in your body to reduce tension and pain in the area.
It needs to be assessed on an individual basis although there are a few symptoms that physiotherapy is better at dealing with such as:
The above are examples, and ultimately it is your choice, however do call us if you want to speak to a physiotherapist.
This style of massage can be used to treat a range of conditions such as sciatica, ITB syndrome, neck and lower back pain. Massage strokes will be alternated with trigger point, sustained deep pressure, and treatment techniques. It is one of the most effective ways to reduce the tension in your muscles and help you to move better.
This style of massage is ideal for any sportsperson – whether you are in pain or just feeling tight. It can help improve your performance and improve recovery times. We have extensive experience in keeping you ready to train and compete.
This style of massage is light to moderate in pressure which will focus on relieving the build-up of tension and aches within your muscles. We only use massage products that are pregnancy friendly.
Contrary to the information you might read, you can get a massage at any time during your pregnancy. It is hypothesised that having a massage in your first trimester can increase the risk of a miscarriage, although there is no research to support this. It is your decision whether you do this but do mention it to the therapist as they will perform a lighter massage.
Our massages will:
That is the science behind it all. However, the most important thing is that it makes you move and feel better!
This is a good option for you if you have one to two areas that need a massage (e.g. Neck and shoulder or are downgrading after a bout of massages.
This is the perfect starting point if you are new to us or have between three to five areas to massage (e.g. Neck, shoulders, back and thighs)