I have been a client of Suzanne’s for over 10 years and can vouch for her knowledge & professionalism. As a result of her treatment I was able to reduce the medication I was taking. Her knowledge of aromatherapy &... Read more →
Sue Sinclair Sports Therapists and Deep Remedial Massage
24 years experience in the field, as well as owning and running two large, successful clinics in Churchtown and [?]. Several staff members employed who were trained up by me before going on to college to gain their certified qualifications.
Was working 6 days a week, with appointments fully booked for weeks in advance.
That was when I decided it was time to slow down, so I moved to St. Anne’s and now work from home at a far less hectic pace.
What Can I Offer You?
First off, I will provide you with personal assistance and commitment, in the hopes of getting you back on the road to recovery, in the shortest time possible. As a hands-on manipulator, I very rarely use any machines, as I prefer to let my hands do the talking.
Live With The Pain
Doctors tend to give people anti-inflammatory tablets to help reduce the swelling of your [joints] and tell you to come back in 2 weeks if you’re still in pain. Whilst not without merit, this is essentially 2 weeks of wasted recovery time. With hands-on manipulation, you can help to reduce the swelling in your tendons, ligaments, muscles or joints, and begin the process of repairing almost immediately.
The old saying ‘you have to live with the pain’ is not necessarily true; a deep massage can help with , circulation and energy in the affected area, which in turn, can reduce the tension that you feel.
So don’t live with the pain – take the time to visit me, and I am sure I will be able to help. Whilst it might not be an immediate fix, I will certainly endeavour to make you feel much more comfortable and can give you advice on how best to manage your pain in your daily life.
For an accurate and suitable consultation, a full-history will be taken regarding allergies, medical conditions (past and present) and any medications you might be on, as well as maintaining the right course of treatments should you be pregnant or breastfeeding.
Anyone under the age of 16years old MUST be accompanied by an adult.