Sports Therapy Scotland Blog
A sports or deep tissue massage on a Saturday will not only decrease this overwhelming tension and/or pain you’re feeling. It’ll also allow you to mentally focus on what you want to do, whilst relaxing at the same time!
Successfully used with published research for many years by college and pro athletes. This treatment aids recovery from workouts, healing from injuries faster, and reduces the effects of jet lag while travelling between games.
Cupping Therapy is a fantastic treatment to help release tension that has built up in your body and to assist with rehabbing injuries you have sustained.
Now…if cryotherapy is something you’ve heard of or seen before you’ll be imagining a chamber you can walk into that is freezing cold… however, that’s not quite what will happen when you come here…
This blog post will serve as my experience of the chamber and also try to give you the best information that will show you why this will or won’t be a good addition to your training schedule.
Guinness 6 Nations Rugby Championship 2022 – Top 3 Injury Prevention Tips
We are delighted to launch our very own brand Sports Therapy CBD Topical Relief Balm with cooling Menthol
Good Morning everyone, Its been superb back to be in my clinics after re-opening. I’m also over the moon to see the TV and Film Industry opening back up. Providing opportunity again for the...
Here is a quick overview of the largest and longest muscles in the body and how they can affect your daily routine.
With the Autumn tests well on their way, I thought we’d take a look at the current top 5 rugby injuries.
Arctic-like temperatures and hazard winter conditions can demand special attention of outdoor fitness enthusiasts.
Find out more about cryotherapy treatments coming to Stirling and Glasgow.
Kinesiology Taping Courses offer the perfect introduction to learn how to use kinesiology tape.
Christmas Vouchers Available – Last minute gift? 10% off Everything till 24/12/2015
After the success of last years SFN Expo, Sports Therapy Scotland is back at the SECC this year.
We have seen lots of shoulder and neck injuries lately. In this blog we are looking to help explain why they may happen.
The term ‘core’ has been widely used within the strength and conditioning and rehabilitation sectors for many years.
A question i’m often asked by clients is ,- ” who can use Kinesiology tape? ” and “How can it help?”
Part 2 on our blog on what you can do about back pain.
It’s estimated that 80% of adults will suffer from back pain at some point in their lives.