Gittins Sports Therapy & Wellness Clinic, based within the center of Warrington, aims to provide expert injury rehabilitation as well as a variety of health treatments in order to promote the health, fitness and wellbeing of our clients. See how our highly trained, passionate, results focused team can help you.
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This month, Claire of ClaiReflex has joined the team. Claire will be providing Holistic Treatments at the clinic, some of the treatments Clare provides are:
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The team at Gittins Sports Therapy & Wellness Clinic Warrington work using a wide range of specialist treatment modalities in order to promote health and wellbeing, all available under one roof.
Our team provides an expert solution to eliminate pain and assist in Injury Rehabilitation or if you would just like to unwind why not try one of our relaxing holistic therapy treatments available at the Clinic.
Our highly trained and experienced team offer a variety of treatments in order to suit your needs and offer anappropriate tailored service that suits YOU!
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Like most therapies Sports Massage has ancient roots, dating back to Ancient Rome when a famous physician called Galen prescribed massage for Gladiators before and after training. In modern history during the 1924 Olympic Games a Finnish runner named Paavo Nurmi won 5 Gold medals across a series of running events and put much of credit down to the massage he received throughout the campaign. Later in 1996 Sport Massage Teams became prevalent in Olympic Teams and this trend has continued and grown throughout the sporting community with most Sports Clubs making use of Sports Massage Therapists all over the world.
So what is it??
Put simply, Sports Massage is a Deep Tissue Treatment with the Goal of decreasing tension, breaking down adhesions and other problems with the soft tissues, increase your mobility and Range of motion (ROM) at the area, and generally help to create a better MSK environment for you as an individual and increase your quality of wellbeing.
What does it involve?
Your initial session with a qualified Sports Therapist will first of all involve a consultation where you can discuss any MSK issues that you are presenting with, the therapist will ask specific questions in order to gauge what the problem could be. Following this the therapist is likely to perform observational assessment which can include: postural analysis, biomechanical analysis, ROM testing, Strength testing, Specific Injury Testing and palpation do that the therapist can come to a conclusion to what exactly your issue is and then devise the appropriate treatment for you.
The treatment will then begin, when you see a Sports Therapist, we generally use a variety of 'hands on' techniques including Sports massage in order to address the issue. Some of these techniques include: Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release, Massage, Joint Mobilistation/ Manipulation, Active/Passive Release Therapy, PNF stretching, acupuncture/dry needling.
Who we are...
We are an expert team of Sports Therapists based in Warrington. Your Sports Therapist will be qualified to degree level and hold the relevant qualifications and be members of an professional association, meaning we are fully insured and participate in regular CPD to maintain our skills in order to deliver the most effective service and treatment. As a Sports Therapist, our training is similar to that if a physiotherapist, however we are trained specially to treat MSK injuries with a combination of manual therapy, exercise therapy and lifestyle advice.
To find out more about Sports Therapy, including the amazing benefits that it offers and how the team at Gittins Sports Therapy & Wellness Clinic, Warrington can help you, click the link below.
We are now Open!
We REOPENED on April 12th following Lockdown, appointments are now available as normal!
We have made a variety of changes both to the clinic and how we work in order to make the clinic and our treatments as safe and secure as possible in regard to Covid-19.
For information in regard to changed we have made please visit our Covid-19 Reopening page.