Massage in Worthing

At Broadwater Osteopathic Practice we offer a whole host of different types of massage, all of which can be adapted to your personal requirements and needs.

Wendy and Nicki, our 2 therapists, use a wide variety of massage techniques and may combine this with stretching and exercise prescription recommendations to help ease symptoms and enhance recovery.

They also work on a preventative basis to help maintain mobility and flexibility, often working alongside the osteopathic team to maintain patient wellbeing.

Some of the common reasons people may have massage are; to relieve muscle strain and tension, aid sleep, improve mood and wellbeing, relieve tension, everyday anxiety and stress.

Remedial Massage combines general massage with deep tissue techniques. It and can be used to treat both superficial and deep tissues.

Clinical Massage uses stretching, joint mobilisation, fascial stretching, trigger point work and generalised massage to enhance mobility, relax muscles and reduce tension

Remedial and Clinical Massage are our most popular massage treatments and are suitable for people of all ages and levels of activity.

As well as being used alone to help with specific problems, massage is often used as a follow-up treatment to osteopathy.

 

Mostly for people involved in sports.

Muscles that have been worked hard can become sore and tight and this makes them more prone to injury.

A regular sports massage in Worthing West Sussex can loosen muscles, increase flexibility and lessen chance of injury. Recovery from injury can also be speeded up and scar tissue broken down with treatment.

Pre and post event massage is popular amongst sports people for these reasons.

This involves the use of basalt stones which are heated in water and then used with oil to smooth away stresses and strains. It is said that a stroke of the stone is equivalent to 7 of the hand.

The treatment can aid relaxation, may improve sleep and enhance a feeling of wellbeing.

PLEASE NOTE- Hot stone massage is currently not on offer at the practice

The technique involves massage of the face, head, shoulders, arms, neck and upper back. It is carried out in a seated position and can be given through light clothing, or directly onto the skin using oils.

Indian head massage is suitable for all ages. If you would prefer not to have the technique done directly to the skin, please wear loose clothing.

It is advisable to remove any make-up prior to treatment.