Physiotherapy Bangor – Sports Injury & Massage Clinic

Need expert advice or an appointment?  Call 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

 

Be my Valentine: an original gift

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Be my Valentine: an original gift… Impress your Valentine with a special gift, forget the predictable flowers and chocolates, go for something thoughtful, relaxing and affordable. Let Physiotherapy Bangor help you to select a thoughtful gift for that special someone…. We have a range of gift vouchers to suit your needs, ranging from deep tissue sports massage to hot stones relaxation massage. Step One: Check our web-site to see the…

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Don’t Waste Your Ski Holiday….

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Don’t Waste Your Ski Holiday…. According to the Ski Club of Great Britain, Britain’s 1.3 million ski enthusiasts pay an average of £664 for a week long winter break. So it’s vital that you get in shape before any skiing or snowboarding holiday as failing to do so could result in muscle soreness, stiffness and possible injury, all of which will cost you that precious time on the slopes! To…

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The Wonders of Laser Therapy: Right for You?

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What is Low-Level Laser Therapy? ‘Laser’ stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) improves tissue repair, and reduces pain and inflammation. It has been used for many years on sports injuries, arthritic joints, nerve-related pain syndromes, back and neck pain. Who uses Laser Therapy? Laser therapy is now widely used in sporting circles by Olympic teams, Premier Division soccer teams, Formula 1 teams, rugby…

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Massage…the benefits for your training regime

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4 good reasons to have regular massage as part of your training regime:   1 Actively contribute to your own recovery. Regular soft tissue massage contributes to soft tissue recovery from intense athletic activity. Intense training causes prolonged elevation of muscle tone in both the resting and the contractile states of muscle. You will often feel this as muscle ‘tightness’ and it will occur particularly during periods of adaptation to…

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Breaking news….Broccoli super food

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Broccoli

Broccoli….super food….. A compound found in broccoli could be key to preventing or slowing the progress of the most common form of arthritis, according to new research led by the University of East Anglia. Results from the laboratory study show that a compound called sulforaphane slows down the destruction of cartilage in joints associated with painful and often debilitating osteoarthritis. Previous research has suggested that sulforaphane has anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory…

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Kinesiology Tape: Why is it so popular?

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Kinesiology Tape Every athlete seems to be wearing it! What exactly is Kinesiology Tape? You’ve seen the coloured tape on athletes in the Olympics, on players at Wimbledon, on Premiership footballers and international rugby players but what exactly is it for? The coloured tape, known as Kinesiotape or ‘K’ tape, is reported to normalise muscle function, improve blood flow and lymphatic drainage, reduce pain and aid healing whilst also mechanically…

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Tips to Reduce The Risk of Osteoporosis

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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. What causes osteoporosis? In childhood, bones grow and repair very quickly, but this process slows with age. Bones stop growing…

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3 Good Reasons to Have Regular Massage

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3 Good reasons to have regular soft tissue massage as part of your training regime: 1 Actively contribute to your own recovery. Regular soft tissue massage contributes to soft tissue recovery from intense athletic activity. Intense training causes prolonged elevation of muscle tone in both the resting and the contractile states of muscle. You will often feel this as muscle ‘tightness’ and it will occur particularly during periods of adaptation…

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Easy Tips to Increase Your Sporting Performance

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3 Reasons why adequate nutrition will aid your sporting performance: 1. Nutrition aids recovery from intense exercise by replenishing glycogen stores. Glycogen is the major energy source for muscular activity. Training depletes muscle and liver glycogen stores and repetitive bouts of activity can cause profound depletion and impair sporting performance. A high-carbohydrate diet aims to restore glycogen levels to normal within 24 hours of strenuous exercise. 2. Nutrition aids recovery…

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Mountain Biking Injury Prevention

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Mountain biking physiotherapy Northern Ireland

Over the last decade, the sport of mountain biking in Northern Ireland has become increasingly popular. The unpredictable nature of this exciting outdoor sport, combined with lack of rider awareness and increased participation has resulted in a higher incidence of traumatic injuries.   Common mountain biking injuries:   Results of downhill riding combined with a forward fall at speed.   Head and neck trauma with associated concussion.   Upper limb…

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