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Who we can help

Massage can help in the following circumstances:
  • Pre event »

    Massages before an event is designed to prepare the athlete for competition. This has been proven to increase and maximise performance as it helps the athlete mentally and physically prepare.

  • Post event »

    A post event massage is equally if not more important than a pre event massage as it helps to flush out the waste that has been built up during activity and can help against delayed onset muscle soreness.

  • Chronic pain »

    A regular massage as part of a chronic pain management treatment plan will have a great effect on the functional abilities of that person as the through the use of touch the pain gait can be closed so less pain is felt.

  • Post workout »

    A post workout massage can be essential to those that have recently taken up working out as a hobby or those that are regular gym goers. A massage can be the fine line between recovery time and getting back in the gym or whether there are missed days within the schedule.

  • Relaxation »

    As everyone knows massage does have a therapeutic effect as it stimulates the nerves and soft tissues that enable the body to enter a state of relaxation. Liverpool Physio offer many types of massage that offer a relaxation effect.

  • Tight muscles »

    Tight muscles can be a cause for many reasons such as injuries, lack of activity, bad posture, over exertion. Massage is an excellent way of preventing and combating muscle tightness.

  • Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)»

    Delayed onset muscle soreness is the feeling and sensation that is felt after activity or unfamiliar movements have been performed. Many different massages are available to help combat and prevent muscle soreness after activity.




Trigger point massage technique applied to vastus lateralis Above: Trigger point massage technique applied to vastus lateralis



How to book an appointment

If you would like an instant massage appointment or some further information then email us on office@liverpoolphysio.co.uk or call 0151 558 0077.

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Phone: 0151 558 0077
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David Lloyd, 6 The Aerodrome Speke, Liverpool, Speke L24 8QD
David Lloyd, 6 The Aerodrome Speke, Liverpool, Speke L24 8QD  [map]
88 Rodney Street, Liverpool, L1 9AR
88 Rodney Street, Liverpool, L1 9AR  [map]
150 Lord Street, Southport, PR9 0NP
150 Lord Street, Southport, PR9 0NP  [map]
Beehive Healthcare, Northgate Avenue, Chester CH2 2DX
Beehive Healthcare, Northgate Avenue, Chester CH2 2DX  [map]
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Get in touch:

Phone: 0151 558 0077
0151 558 0077
Email: office@liverpoolphysio.co.uk
David Lloyd, 6 The Aerodrome Speke, Liverpool, Speke L24 8QD
David Lloyd, 6 The Aerodrome Speke, Liverpool, L24 8QD  [map]
88 Rodney Street, Liverpool, L1 9AR
88 Rodney Street, Liverpool, L1 9AR  [map]
150 Lord Street, Southport, PR9 0NP
150 Lord Street, Southport, PR9 0NP  [map]
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