Sports Therapy

Sports Therapists can help you prepare for a sporting event, optimise your performance, and recover quickly. And should you sustain an injury, we carry out a thorough assessment, provide pain relieving treatment, and implement an appropriate rehabilitation program to get you to your optimum level of fitness.

Sports Therapy is not just beneficial for sports people, as the name suggests.  The same treatment modalities can be used to great affect in eradicating twinges and niggles that arise from our occupations and everyday living habits.  With experience in treating road traffic accident injuries, young athletes, elderly less mobile clients, and your average Joe’s, Holly has built up a catalogue of skills and treatment methods to provide the most appropriate means of treatment.

Treatment Modalities Include:

Sports Massage: using various techniques that work with the body’s recovery process, sports massage aims to alleviate tightness in the muscles which not only makes you feel great but can also increase joint range of motion, reduce pain & discomfort, and speed up the recovery process.

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Kinesiology Taping

Can be used as part of a treatment/rehab plan or as an injury prevention strategy.

Supports the muscles: supports weakened muscles to enable you to continue with your training. Must perform specific strengthening exercises to eliminate muscular imbalance, tape to be used as a temporary aid.

Improves blood and lymphatic circulation: once tape is applied, as you move, the tape pulls the skin and connective tissue (fascia) ever so slightly away from the muscle. This creates space for the blood and lymphatic fluid to flow efficiently, to supply the injured area with essential nutrients, remove excess chemical build up, and ultimately reduce inflammation.

Reduces Pain: through neurological suppression, the tape helps alleviate pain.

Correcting joint problems: works by adjusting misalignments that are caused from tight muscles and muscle weaknesses.

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Electrotherapy (Interferential therapy and therapeutic ultrasound): both these forms of electrotherapy are used to stimulate the body’s healing process, through either pain relief, reducing swelling, stimulating muscle fibres, or scar tissue breakdown.

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Acupuncture for Sports Injuries:

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Myofascial Release

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Joint Mobilisations

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Strength & Conditioning


Sports Therapy Initial Assessment: up to 1 hour – £50

Required for new clients: injury assessment, appropriate treatment, and take home advise.

Sports Therapy Follow up Session: 30 mins – £30

For existing clients only:  progress assessment, appropriate treatment, and take home advise.

Sports Massage 60: 60 mins – £45

For new and existing clients with no undiagnosed pain or injury

Sports Massage 30: 30 mins – £30

For new and existing clients with no undiagnosed pain or injury

Kinesiology Tape: £5

For existing clients only where tape has been recommended

”Flint Sport Therapy provides a professional and affordable service. My numerous aches and pains have vastly diminished since my first visit to Holly.”

Vicky, 33 – Runner, Cyclist, Fell Walker

”Holly is a very professional and bubbly girl with a great personality. When I first came to see her I was very tight and struggling with my sports performance due to being too tight. After just one session I felt a lot better, I noticed a lot of improvement in my sports performance and a lot more flexible.

I would highly recommend Holly to anyone who works out or does sport”

Scott Staines, 33 – football

”I’m currently preparing for an ultramarathon which involves regular training runs in excess of 25 miles. Without regular sports massages from Holly and her attention to the various minor overuse injuries which are part and parcel of distance running, I simply would not be able train at the level required to take part in the event.

Would highly recommend Holly to anyone suffering from aches and pains, sports related or otherwise”

Paul Cole, 39 – Runner, Rugby player

“Hi Holly,
I really did feel good after a session with you. If ever I did feel the need for more treatment I would come back to you, I would recommend that once a fortnight or so after  a workout a visit to you would be good to take away the aches and pains”

Mick Twohig, regular gym user

“I visited Holly after sustaining an injury. I was a little embarrassed but she put me at ease and was extremely knowledgeable.
Treatment was excellent, affordable and very effective.”

Matt Carter, gym user