Introducing Helen Vardy and Sports massage at the clinic!
Sports massage at Duffield Chiropractic Clinic
Sports massage is a very safe and effective way to treat muscular tension, which is so prevalent whether it be from postural strains accumulated through the working day, leftover tension from old injuries, or from pushing yourself whilst exercising.
Clinic director Andrew Harlow says ‘Sports massage is an excellent service – it will be so useful for patients once they have had their primary and often more complicated issues resolved with Chiropractic care, and it can be very beneficial when integrated into a plan of prescribed exercises and postural advice. Whilst the total effects of combining Sports massage with Chiropractic care and exercise will be greatest, it is still such an effective treatment that it will be highly beneficial for people who are using Sports massage on it’s own.
We are so pleased to be offering it now after 9 months of waiting for the right person to join our team, and we have taken on board Helen to help offer the highest quality of care for our patients.’
Helen Vardy – Sports massage therapist
‘It’s fantastic to have started here at Duffield Chiropractic clinic offering sports massage and I’m settling in to treatment room 2 very nicely.
So, why have a sports massage you might ask?
Well, there are many ways that sports massage can help you. It is very common for me to see people with work related upper back and shoulder tension, runners and other athletes who come for a full leg maintenance massage, and I frequently work with people who have lower back and hip tension.
Personally, a regular sports massage helps me to keep the aches and pains of daily life at bay and enables me to happily participate in the physical activities of running, climbing and paddle-sport that I enjoy. Keeping those niggles away is also beneficial when running round after a small family!
For some people, a sports massage might be used as a one-off or within a series of treatments to deal with specific tensions, and for others it is to help maintain optimum performance in their chosen activity.
Whatever your reason, my aim is to help you function at your best, whether that is for physical activity or achieving daily tasks and to relieve unwanted muscle tension that is causing discomfort.
Maybe you can identify with one or more of these reasons. If you think you might be interested, check out the booking page or give us a call.
If you would like to know a bit more about me, take a look at my bio here, otherwise I look forward to seeing you in the clinic when needed.
Sports Massage Therapist
Andrew made me feel comfortable immediately, listening carefully and giving me time to explain my concerns. He asked questions to elicit the exact nature of my problems and after treatment gave me advice on how to avoid problems in the future, His understanding, patience, and holistic approach has ensured I got better after treatment and also am able to keep active and fit. - Kate Tollervey
I have seen a lot of people over the years and like Andrew’s approach as he is extremely logical and always finds the root cause of the problem. Very happy to be back on the golf course. - Sam Warrington
Andrew dealt with me in a professional manor and was incredibly knowledgeable and thorough in his treatment. Highly recommended. Thank you very much. - Christine Charles
I have been treated by him over the last 6 years and have always been very impressed. - Robert Cooper
Take a look at what we offer
Chiropractic means 'done by hand'. We assess the spine and joints for any stiffness or misalignment which can interfere with how the nerve signals travel to and from the body. When not working properly this can lead to altered movement, injuries and pain.Learn more
Pregnancy & Paediatrics
Back pain, pelvic pain and sciatica during pregnancy are just a few common complaints we see in clinic. We have specific aproaches for the safe treatment of women, babies and children.Learn more
We use massage and sports massage - our sports massage therapist uses different techniques which are useful for when you need either relaxation, or firmer work on deeper tension - from postural strains or overuse in athletes.Learn more
Exercise therapy and muscular rehabilitation are key components for your full recovery. The primary aim is to either strengthen the area of complaint allowing it to heal, or if it has already been treated we prescribe exercises to help prevent recurrence.Learn more