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Looking for a Deep Tissue Massage Therapist?

Muscles can become tense and uncomfortable for a variety of reasons, including spending long hours at work, engaging in vigorous exercise, or simply bearing the burdens of daily living. Unlike other massages that might target a specific region, deep tissue massage is applied across the entire body. It uses sustained, deep pressure to ensure that those muscle knots, or “adhesions,” are broken down. These adhesions can disrupt circulation, lead to pain, and limit motion, which is why targeting them can lead to profound relief.

Physiotherapy sessions with PhysioComesToYou can be scheduled whenever is most convenient for you. We realise it’s not always convenient to visit a clinic, so we bring the clinic to you.

We have appointments at the weekend and during the evening so you can be on the road to recovery as soon as possible.

We Specialise in Utilising the following

Back Pain

Neck Pain

Shoulder Pain

Groin Pain

Foot Pain

Ankle Pain

Elbow Pain

Hip Pain

What is a Deep Tissue Massage?

This type of massage is designed to relieve tension in the muscle and connective tissue also known as fascia. A sustained deep pressure massage technique is applied to the whole body rather than a specific area.

Massage can be carried out in the workplace, home, hotel or care home.

They are good for specific problems including persistent muscle pain, muscle tension, to help rehabilitation after an injury, postural pain, fibromyalgia. If unsure whether deep tissue massage will help you just give us a ring and we will be happy to let you know.

When your muscles are tense they develop adhesions which specific points of pain, which are called trigger points. The massage helps to break down these adhesions and then as a result the whole muscle relaxes. This then helps to remove the pain and increase movement.

How often depends on each individual person and their lifestyles. For example someone with a more stressful life, with more pain, recovering from an injury or a life that involves a lot of sport would benefit from more regular massages e.g. at least once a week. Others not suffering from stress, pain or recent injury would be looking at having massages to maintain health, which would be more likely once a month. Your therapist will be able to recommend to you how often they think you should have massages to benefit you.

Deep tissue massages are firmer than a therapeutic massage and when the therapist comes across a specific tension point in the muscle there is usually some discomfort. Quite often people enjoy this temporary discomfort as know that it should remove the tension point which will ultimately relieve pain and increase movement in the muscle. Massage therapists do expect you to feedback as different people like different pressures. If the massage is too firm or not firm enough just let your therapist know.

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Massage Therapist Claire grew up and studied in South Africa, graduating in 2007 with four diplomas in Clinical Personal Fitness Training, Sports Nutrition, Holistic Massage and Clinical Exercise. She went on to work in the health and sports industry as a Personal Trainer, Sports Nutritionist and Massage Specialist, and also opened her own practice with a team of other alternat ...


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Chartered Physiotherapist Jeferson is a graduate Physiotherapist from ACE – Associação Catarinense de Ensino, Joinville, Brazil and post-graduate Dermatofunctional Physiotherapy (skin rehabilitation) specialist from IBRATE – Instituto Brasileiro de Therapias, Curitiba, Brazil. He is a HCPC and CSP registered Physiotherapist and a CNHC registered Massage and Sport Therapis ...


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Chartered Physiotherapist Jacob qualified from Rajiv Gandhi University of Karnataka, India as a physiotherapist in January 2001. Jacob has experience of working in a variety of different specialties within the NHS as well as the private sector over the years. These include musculoskeletal, neurological, rehabilitation, acute respiratory, care of the elderly, community, mental h ...


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Chartered Physiotherapist Suchit completed his Bachelors’ degree in Physiotherapy in Belgaum, India in 2000. He worked for two years in India, primarily in the earthquake affected area of Gujrat and gained extensive experience of managing complex orthopaedic conditions including spinal cord injuries and post-amputee rehabilitation. This inspired Suchit to work towards a MSC i ...


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