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Sports massage has been used for many years in the professional world of sport, but more recently it has also been used in the amateur world of sports.
Sports massage has been used for centuries to help people get relief from muscle pain and discomfort. So how does massage affect our muscles?
Stretching therapy is used in the rehabilitation of an injury, and to compliment treatment by your sports massage therapist or physio.
It is important after an injury to rehabilitate muscles and tendons to bring them back to their normal, healthy state - strong, flexible and supple meaning that the muscle or tendon will not break down when put under strain.
Sports massage has been use for centuries to help people get relief from pain and discomfort from their muscles. So how does massage affect our muscles?
Coconut oil has been used for hundreds of years for its healing properties. It is very beneficial for fighting infection, particularly throat and chest infections, and also for digestive problems.