Mike has been a Sports/Body Works massage therapist since 1996.
Sports Massage Overview
The prime purpose of sports massage therapy is to help alleviate the stress and tension which builds up in the body’s soft tissues during physical activity, and equally with lack of activity through postural, adaptive and occupational situations.
How Do I Know If I Need Sports Massage?
Standing stiffness is a common problem and it’s a sign that you need a sports massage. Post-activity stiffness can be avoided: Feeling stiff after activity and recovery can be avoided if you get a professional massage.
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Mike has been a Sports/Body works massage therapist since 1996 complimenting his work as a personal trainer/fitness instructor at the time. In 2000 he started work for Loughborough University and St Mary’s College Twickenham at their high performance centres gaining valuable experience in treating international standard athletes as well as up and coming GB Juniors. He has been a competitive distance runner since 1983 and also work closely with runners from C&C and Hunts AC
Since 2007 he has also been working alongside Osteopaths treatments at the former Physic Centre in Cambridge. Ranging from general maintenance massage on the young mum with lower back issues to the desk bound office worker driving several hours a day, right through to the retired person looking to maintain functional mobility!
Mike is the senior sports massage therapist at The Histon Hub, also offering cupping, myofascial release and trigger point therapy.
“I’ve used Mike for a number of years for treatment and prevention of injuries, he always gets results for me.”
Alan Pritchard, Runner & Triathlete