Sports Therapy

What is Sports Therapy?

Sports therapy is specifically tailored to rehabilitation from injury. What sports therapy exactly details is dependent on the nature of your injury.

Whether you are suffering from aches or pains, strains, muscular issues or a more serious injury, many of our patients see improvements even after their initial session.

Our excellent sports therapists use their vast range of knowledge and experience to provide you with the unparalleled support to speed up recovery and get you back to what you love doing as fast as possible.

What happens during Sports Therapy?

When you have your first sports therapy session, your therapist will go through a formal consultation to analyse your training techniques and your specific injury. It may just happen that sports therapy may not be the best fit for your injury at that present time, so your therapist can then guide you to where you need to be to get the best care possible.

Sports therapy (dependent on your injury), may include:

  • Clinical Sports Massage
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Biomechanics and Exercise Technique Review
  • Exercise Rehabilitation Prescription
  • Professional Advice and Guidance

Whether you are a professional athlete or just simply suffering from a musculoskeletal injury, our highly qualified therapists will be able to guide you through the entire rehabilitation process.

We are incredibly fortunate to have a custom built rehabilitation gym in-house at ALMA, specifically designed to guide you through your rehabilitation and even progress to new goals with our team.

Sports Massage

Sports massage is beneficial for everyone - not just active, sporty individuals. It is an effective form of soft tissue massage to relieve muscle tension and pain. Our highly skilled massage therapists have the ability to apply a broad range of massage techniques in order to help a huge variety of complaints either in conjunction with other therapies or as an independent intervention.

Kinesiology Taping

Kinesiology tape is designed to mimic the skin’s elasticity so you can use your full range of motion. When the tape is applied to your body, it recoils slightly, gently lifting your skin. It is believed that this helps to create a microscopic space between your skin and the tissues beneath to help reduce joint pain and irritation. Kinesiology may help improve circulation and reduce swelling in the injured area and improve blood flow.

Health and Wellbeing Advice

Our experts are happy and able to suggest simple but effective lifestyle changes, exercises and wellbeing advice to relieve your symptoms and help speed your recovery. At ALMA, we believe in prevention, not just treatment and place equal emphasis on both to deliver you the best service possible.