Sports Injury clinic Massage – Deep tissue Sports massage – Relaxing Full Body Massage London

Muscle Pain Management – Pain Release Clinics-City, Bank EC2 – St. Paul’s EC4 – Cannon Street -Monument

MassageBlast Bank-St Paul’s
49 Queen Victoria Street
London EC4N 4SA
Text us on: 0796 1110639

opening times
Monday-Saturday 7am-9pm

By appointment only – Same day appointment available

Sports Massage in London

We are a Sports Injury Clinic in the heart of the City of London.
Conveniently located just 3 minutes walk from Bank DLR and Tube, St Paul’s stations, Mansion House Tube and Cannon Street rail station.

The private clinic is easily reachable from Westminster, Bank, St. Paul’s, Moorgate and Liverpool street.
We provide sports massage treatments that deal with muscular injuries, pain, strains and sprains.

These include tightness and muscular knots that are often caused by exercise or lifestyle.
Many of our clients are individuals who are affected by extended hours spent at the office, which can cause postural and stress issues.

Sports Injuries Massage is ideal for the treatment of any muscular related pain and knots.
We treat a variety of muscular conditions including: Neck pain, Frozen shoulder, Back pain (upper, middle and lower), Sciatica, Tight hamstrings, Calf pain or spasm, Plantar fasciitis.

Sports injuries massages are a combination of MET (muscle energy technique), Effleurage, petrissage, deep tissue and Myofascial release techniques.

When active and passive stroke technique is applied where muscles are strengthened by resisting active and movements ( the patient moves muscles), MET (muscle energy technique) is being used.

Deep tissue massage and Myofascial release is also applied during a sports massage session.

Deep tissue massage uses slow and firm massage strokes that allows muscle to drain lactic acid build up, allowing blood to circulate efficiently permitting fresh blood with nutrients to penetrate the injured muscle leading to a faster recovery.

Myofascial release is a technique which involves unwinding muscles’ internal and external fascia, It releases tension and removes adhesion.

This technique entails applying sustained pressure in combination with trigger point therapy.