Sports Therapy Treatments

Cyrus has an Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy and is also a Physical Training Instructor (PTI) supporting the military and sports professionals.

At Sports Therapy we offer a range of prevention and recovery treatments.

Injury prevention workshop and planning

The prevention of injury is a benefit often gained through massage. A variety of injuries such a muscle strains, pulls and tears can occur for a range of reasons. The most common causes of injury include overuse, muscle weakness and muscle tightness. Depending on the severity, an injury can prevent a person from participating in normal daily activities, increasing stress and anxiety levels. Our massage therapists at Sports Therapy PT through massage to help maintain healthy muscles, reduce fatigue and improve performance.

Injury recovery

Massage can play an important role in the process of injury rehabilitation. Massage encourages blood circulatory movement and relaxes muscles. Massage helps to deliver more oxygen and nutrients to soft tissues and organs. An increase of vital nutrients into the tissues accelerates the healing rate of injured areas. Massage can help a range of injuries including sprains, strains, broken bones and muscles tears. Using a variety of massage techniques, massage can stretch out tightness and loosen scar tissue. Using massage as part of injury rehabilitation can increase healing rate and shorten recovery time. Massage therapists working at Sports Therapy PT provide effective massage treatments during recovery after injury.


Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy isn’t just used by sports and exercise participants, as it can help to alleviate muscle aches and pains associated with daily living, work-related complains and general physical activities, such as looking after children or gardening.

Sports and remedial massage therapy has many elements and was originally developed to treat athletes before or after an event. These massage techniques can also be used to: maintain muscular strength, to improve range of movement and to reduce the effects of muscular pain, postural pain and soreness.

Dry cupping

Cupping therapy is an ancient form alternative therapy which dates back to ancient Egyptian, Chinese and middle Eastern cultures.

During cupping therapy therapists apply glass, bamboo or silicone cups to the skin for a few minutes to create suction, its often used to treat aliments that cause chronic pain, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia.

The application of cups can be used to treat a variety of conditions such as:

  • Muscle Pain, Knots and Tension
  • Reduced Joint Movement.
  • Headaches, Sciatica
  • Stress And Anxiety.
  • Remove Harmful Substances and Toxins.
  • Enhance Blood Circulation
  • Improve Muscle Recovery
  • Reduce Cellulite and Varicose Veins 
  • Increasing Localised Circulation,
  • Increasing Oxygenation And Nutrient Content within The Tissue,
  • Removing Stagnant Blood And Waste Products,
  • Re-Initiating The Healing Process To Micro-trauma,

Posture correction and mobility assessments

We will run a series of movement patterns with you look at your posture, assess your range of motion and discover what is causing any misalignment or limiting your range of motion. We will then design a personalised plan with you, which you can weave into your day to day life and exercise routine to improve your mobility over time.

Cyrus has a great energy about him and a lot of experience in a variety of areas. He will take a good look at what you’ve got and see how he can help you to be better physically and mentally. Look forward to learning more from him and a treatment in the near future

Robbie Downer

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