At SOC we offer a range of musculoskeletal services. This broad approach enables us to alleviate specific symptoms, taking a holistic approach.
We aim to offer the best in every area of service we provide. That is why our massage therapist is also a qualified Osteopath. Our dedicated Osteopath and Sports Massage Therapist, Shantal Farrell, was practising as a massage therapist before training as an Osteopath. Using massage alone or in conjunction with Osteopathic treatment will provide your body with the skills required to heal itself.
What Sports Massage Can Help With
Massage offers a wide range of benefits and is recognised as an effective form of treatment for a range of complaints including:
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Calf Muscle strain
- Adhesive capsulitis
- ‘Golfers’ elbow
- ‘Tennis’ elbow
- Lower back pain
- Patello femoral syndrome
FAQ's & Pricing
We’ve done our best to answer Massage questions we hear the most below. If you still have any unanswered questions about Massage and/or the Clinic please contact us and one of the team will be happy to help.
What should I wear- Comfortable underwear. During the whole session you will be covered with a towel and only the part of your body that is being work on will be exposed.
Overuse injuries can occur in everyday life and are generally brought on by the things we do repetitively everyday. Massage can be used to help such injuries.
Sports Massage is not recommended for those who have:
- A fever or any infection or illness
- Any open wounds, recent bruising, muscle tears, sprained ligaments, contusions, chilblains or burns
- Any serious medical condition or illness
- A skin infection
You may experience some post treatment soreness or tiredness after a sports massage. Massage can have a dehydrating effect on the body, but you can combat this by drinking plenty of water before and afterwards.
Pricing - Massage
(New Patient) 60 Minute Massage
- New Patients Only
- 60 Minute Massage
- Management Plan Review
- No booking fee
30 Minute Massage
- 30 Minute Massage
- No booking fee