Soft Tissue Treatments

One or more of the following highly effective techniques are used:

Sports MassageSimon Wintle - Sports Massage

  • Reduce stress and improve a sense of wellbeing
  • Improve circulation and lymphatic flow
  • Prevent injuries and loss of mobility
  • Restore mobility to injured muscle tissue
  • Relieve stiffness, aches and pains and all over fatigue


Advanced TechniquesSimon Wintle - Advanced Massage Techniques

  • Muscle Energy Techniques – a manual therapy technique which aims to restore musculoskeletal and joint function
  • Soft Tissue Release – is an advanced massage technique widely used in assessing and stretching soft tissues; muscles, fascia, tendons and ligaments
  • Neuromuscular Muscular Techniques – Therapy is the utilisation of static pressure on specific myofascial points to relieve pain. This technique manipulates the soft tissue of the body to balance the central nervous system
  • Myofascial Release – is a manipulative treatment that attempts to release tension in the fascia due to trauma, posture, or inflammation. Connective tissues called fascia surround the muscles, bones, nerves, and organs of the body


AcupunctureSimon Wintle - Acupuncture

  • A system of complementary medicine in which fine needles are inserted in the skin at specific points along lines of energy (meridians), used in the treatment of various physical conditions


Kinesiology Taping

Simon Wintle - Kinesiology Taping

  • Provides support for weak or injured muscles without effecting the normal range of movement
  • Stabilises the area without restricting the movement like conventional athletic tape
  • Relaxes, and can offload, overused and overstrained muscles
  • Accelerates blood flow to the injured area to speed up the healing process
  • Reduces oedema by removal of lymphatic fluid


Injury Management

Simon Wintle - Injury ManagementSoft tissue therapy is a highly effective tool to restore normal function following injury, support the healing process and speed up recovery. Post injury, it is important that a carefully planned and progressive rehabilitation program is followed to enable optimal recovery and a return to sport, or indeed everyday activities.

Post injury the body goes through a sequential healing process and in order to restore full function and strength to the affected area it is essential that a protocol is followed. This includes:

  • Reduction of swelling
  • Lymphatic drainage
  • Helping to breakdown scar tissue
  • Restoring full range of movement
  • Muscle activation and conditioning (motor re-education)
  • Flexibility and strengthening
  • Correction of abnormal biomechanics
  • Neuromuscular control (balance proprioception)
  • Maintenance and building cardiovascular fitness

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Active Function Orthotics

Simon Wintle Sports Massage - Body Partner Active Function OrthoticsThe XGO-01 Active Function Orthotics from BodyPartner have been designed and developed to support any biomechanical inconsistencies in the stride. By aligning the foot and ankle into the most automatically efficient position, the orthotic corrects any imbalances in the foot and therefore the body.

The Active Function Orthotics will help people suffering from:

  • Over pronation
  • Pes planus – fallen arches, flat footed
  • Achilles tendon pain, plantar fasciitis and bunions
  • Shin splints, heel pain, Morton’s neuroma
  • Knee pain, runners knee, jumpers knee, chondromalacia patella
  • Supination, pronation and compartment syndrome


Spine Align T-Shirt

Simon Wintle Sports Massage - BodyPartner Spine Align T-ShirtThe XPT-11R Spine Align T-shirt by BodyPartner is designed to enhance posture by holding and carefully restricting the body, reminding it of its optimum position. It helps with long term muscle memory while enabling the body to move and function correctly.

The Spine Align T-shirt is ideal for people suffering from:

  • Muscle Fatigue
  • Rotator Cuff Injuries
  • Over Kyphosis
  • Disk Pressure
  • Forward Head
  • Anterior Pelvic Tilt
  • Scoliosis
  • Hunchback