Physiotherapy Bangor – Sports Injury & Massage Clinic

Need expert advice or an appointment?  Call Physiotherapy Bangor on 07779363613.

Physiotherapy Bangor offers qualified, friendly and affordable physiotherapy and massage in a relaxed environment. Call 07779363613.

Here is an overview of what we offer:

    • Physiotherapy
    • Sports Massage
    • Luxury Oil Massage
    • Deep-Tissue Massage
    • Holistic Massage
    • Foot and Ankle Massage
    • Swedish Massage
    • Hot Stone Massage
    • Pre and Post-Natal Massage
    • Back Pain Therapy
    • Neck Pain Therapy
    • Tennis / Golf Elbow Therapy
    • Knee Pain Therapy
    • Arthritis Therapy
    • Laser Therapy
    • Ultrasound Therapy
    • Sports Clubs Plan
    • Family Membership Plan


Christmas Gift Ideas

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Stuck for Christmas Gift Ideas? Having Trouble deciding on an Original Christmas Present? Challenged for an original Christmas Gift Idea? Why not try a gift voucher from our massage range or a voucher for a much needed physiotherapy MOT?   Christmas Gift Ideas from our massage range include: Deep Tissue Massage, Sports Massage, Swedish Massage, Hot Stones Massage, Head and Neck Massage, Pre and Post Natal Massage, Foot and Ankle…

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10% 0ff Hot Stones Massage in November

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Take 10% off Hot Stones Massage in November with Physiotherapy Bangor and help to banish those winter chills.   Hot stones massage combines the warming benefit of heated basalt stones with the therapeutic effect of massage to ease away muscular tension and strain. The smooth stones are warmed in a water bath to 30-35 degrees C and are placed on key points, for example the back, to release warmth to…

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Breast Cancer Month: Be Breast Aware

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Breast Cancer will affect one in eight women in the UK. Around 50,000 women and 400 men are diagnosed with breast cancer every year and around 1,000 women die from it every month. More people than ever are surviving thanks to better awareness, screening and treatments. What is Breast cancer? It is the collective term for all cancers that originate in breast tissue. Abnormal growth and division of cells can…

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World Osteoporosis Day 20th October 2014

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What is osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a condition that affects bone health, causing them to become weak and fragile and more prone to fractures. Where do these fractures occur? These fractures most commonly occur in the spine, wrist and hips but can affect other bones such as the arm or pelvis. In Northern Ireland in 2014 72,000 people have osteoporosis, the combined cost of hospital and social care for patients with…

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National Arthritis Week 12-19th October

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National Arthritis Week: The Nation’s most painful moments were revealed this week in the results of a national survey into pain. 92% of those surveyed with arthritis rated their condition as painful as childbirth. When asked to best describe their pain, almost half (46%) said it felt ‘like hot knives every time I move’ and for over a third (38%) the pain of arthritis caused ‘constant fatigue and loss of…

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World Mental Health Day 10th October 2014

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World Mental Health Day 10th October 2014: Mental illness is the single largest cause of disability in the United Kingdom, contributing up to 22.8% of the total burden, compared to 15.9% for cancer and 16.2% for cardiovascular disease (World Health Organization 2008). Among people under 65, mental illness accounts for nearly half of all instances of ill health (Centre for Economic Performance Mental Health Group 2012). Mental illness often begins…

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Halloween de-stress sports massage

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Get rid of those Halloween Horrors this October: treat yourself to 15% off a Sports Massage. Why have a Halloween de-stress sports massage? Regular massage is a common part of training for serious athletes. Sports massage can be beneficial in the relief of muscle tension. ‘Knots’: accumulated tension points, can develop in areas of old injuries and through overuse. These tension points can throw your posture out of line as…

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Get Active: Take A TV-Free Day

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How to Get Active: NICE Guidelines New Recommendations:   Everyone should have routine TV-free days, limit computer use and take up active hobbies to encourage a healthier lifestyle and prevent obesity, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence has said. The draft guidance has said everyone should get enough sleep eat breakfast follow a Mediterranean diet increase their activity levels by walking or cycling to school or work take…

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Take 10% off for PureGym Members with Physiotherapy Bangor

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Take 10% off for PureGym Members with Physiotherapy Bangor: Take 10% off all physiotherapy assessments, treatments and massage with Physiotherapy Bangor. PureGym Bangor opened last week at the Toscana Retail Park next to Clandeboye Retail Park where you find Halfords and PC World on the Ring Road, call them on +44 845 6838451 They offer an excellent range of classes and are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a…

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6 Tips for an Effective Sports Warm Up / Down

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6 Tips for an Effective Warm Up / Down Recent news reports and articles have suggested that some warm up routines can be harmful and have led to misunderstandings regarding the importance of a warm up and warm down routine for exercise, suggesting that stretches can in fact be harmful. Dig a little deeper and you will see that the subject of stretches is a hotly debated one. The following…

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