Hands On Recovery

Soft Tissue Therapy provided by Claire Lee (LSSM Dip, MISRM)

I use a combination of soft tissue therapy, sport and remedial massage and established osteopathic mobilisation and myofascial release techniques along with exercise rehabilitation programs to improve movement and function.

My techniques are not only to treat injuries but also to be used as part of your muscle maintenance routine, whether you are an athlete, office worker or suffer from debilitating condition.

The goal of treatment is for the individual to continue their activities pain and injury free and undertake a exercise program that will improve movement and prevent recurring injury .

Based in Brentwood Essex and Benfleet Physiotherapy, working alongside Physiotherapists providing;
Injury assessment
Advanced treatment techniques including remedial massage, acupuncture for sports injuries, Osteopathic Spinal Manipulation Therapy, IASTM (Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage), Myofascial Release, Cupping, Kinesio Taping

Remedial exercise advice to;
Enhance recovery
Prevent injury
Improve movement and function

Soft Tissue Therapy as a highly effective form of stress control, pain relief and relaxation.

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Remedial Massage

The first stage of any treatment is to identify the root cause of the problem so this can be worked on and the pain eased.
A structured approach will be used to assess a problem by giving a thorough assessment of posture, joints and the muscular skeletal system.
A range of massage and advanced soft tissue techniques will be selected from to treat the problem.

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Acupuncture & Dry Needling For Sport Injuries

Acupuncture is a therapeutic technique that involves inserting fine needles into certain points across the body to encourage healing and pain relief.

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Myofascial Release & IASTM

IASTM is a simple, non-invasive form of manual therapy to manipulate or mobilise the soft tissue structures of the human body.

Myofascial Release treats fascia which is a connective tissue which is under the surface of our skin and surrounding our muscles. Fascia provides support and protection for the muscles.

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