Remedial Massage Bristol

Remedial Massage in Clifton, Bristol.

Say Goodbye to Pain and Tension with this Expert Remedial Massage Service


To achieve the best result, this service may be combined with other modalities such as:

Myofascial Cupping – to reduce fascial adhesions and allow getting faster to the source of the pain.
Soft Tissue Mobilisation Instruments – to break down fascial restrictions and scar tissue and to achieve faster pain relief, improve mobility, and quicker rehabilitation and recovery.
Dry Needling – to target a trigger point, decrease muscle tightness, increase blood flow and reduce pain.
Therapeutic Ultrasound (coming soon) – to help with swelling and inflammation and to promote healing.

What is Remedial Massage?

Unlike Deep Tissue Massage, Remedial Massage will focus on a specific part of the body’s pain and injury that requires rehabilitation.

When coming for a Remedial Massage, you don’t necessarily need to feel the pain associated with a sporting event; it can be a pain from chronic pain.

I will perform a complete physical examination going through muscles, ligaments, and tendons. I may include postural assessment and range of movement (ROM) to find out what muscles are causing the pain.

There is no need to apply hard pressure during Remedial Massage, especially if the person is recovering from an injury.
When performing Remedial Massage, I will need to focus on specific muscles and joints. All my work will be around them.
It is not a pleasant massage because the aim of it is to treat muscles that are damaged.

What are the main benefits of Remedial Massage?

Improved Posture
Increased Joint Mobility and Flexibility
Relieving pain
Injury prevention
Injury rehabilitation

What techniques do I use to achieve the benefits?

There are several specific techniques that therapists may use during a remedial massage session to improve posture. Some of these techniques include:

  • Deep Tissue Massage: This technique uses firm pressure to release tension in the deeper layers of muscle and fascia, which can help to realign the body and improve posture.
  • Myofascial Release: This technique uses sustained pressure on specific points in the fascia to release tension and improve flexibility.
  • Stretching: I may use specific stretches to target tight muscles that may be contributing to poor posture.
  • Trigger Point Therapy: This technique involves applying pressure to specific muscle points that cause pain or tension. I can improve your posture and reduce pain by releasing these trigger points.
  • PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation): This technique involves using specific stretches and resistance to target tight muscles and improve muscle balance, which can improve posture.
  • Postural assessment: the therapist may assess the client’s posture to identify any muscle imbalances and to tailor the treatment to the client’s specific needs.
  • Education and guidance: I may provide advice and instruction on proper posture, body mechanics, and stretching and strengthening exercises that the client can perform at home to maintain good posture and prevent future muscle imbalances.

I would like to let you know that the techniques I can use will depend on the individual client’s needs and the specific goals of the session.

What my Clients at Rehab & Heal Say

Read what my clients say about my services and why I am proud of them. Every feedback matters to me to maintain a high level of service and to keep offering the best massage treatments either to recover from a soft tissue injury or surgery or to treat yourself and relax your muscles.

Remedial Massage

Soothe aches, relieve tension, and restore balance to your body with Remedial Massage.

45 Minutes / £55 – or – 60 Minutes / £65

Remedial Massage

Soothe aches, relieve tension, and restore balance to your body with Remedial Massage.

45 Minutes / £55 – or – 60 Minutes / £65

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