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We Specialiase in sports massage and hands on injury rehabilitation.

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How we can help you

We are a team of professional manual therapists that specialise in everyday injuries, aches and pains as well as sports related injuries. We provide a hands-on approach that aim to get our patients out of pain and keep them injury free so they can focus on the things that really matter.

We don’t believe in the one-size-fits-all approach. We provide evidence based, effective treatments that are carefully tailored to you, your body’s response, your lifestyle and the complexities of your injuries.

We offer an extensive range of services that include joint manipulation and mobilization, prenatal related treatments, lymphatic drainage, acupuncture and dry needle, exercise rehabilitation programs, cupping, advanced deep tissue and sports massage techniques such as orthopaedic massage and myofascial release.

We are conveniently located in Leicester city centre, and we have free parking and disabled access and facilities.

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