Borders massage Therapist professional massage therapy & therapeutic muscle treatments in the Scottish Borders

0118 973 2500 Sports, Medical and Therapeutic Massage Therapy in the Scottish Borders, Galashiels. Whether acute or chronic, massage therapy is available to assist with everyday strains and muscular tension using a wide range of therapeutic treatments which will not only target your current injury, but will also focus on prevention

Borders Massage Therapist

Borders Massage
Complete Health Borders 36 Galapark Galashiels TD1 1EU 07980 904664 The term massage therapy encompasses many different and varied techniques used to manipulate the muscles and other soft tissues of the body, helping to alleviate the pain, discomfort, stress and tension which builds up during illness or physical activity.
5 stars - based on 5 reviews
The Borders Massage Therapist
Borders Massage
5 / 5 stars
The Borders Massage Therapist , 1st May 2013 Having completed ten marathons and numerous half marathons, the treatments I have received from Gillian has helped me to continue running on a daily basis with minimal injuries.

Back Pain, Sports Injuries, Headaches, Stress, Neck Pain, Muscle Aches, Repetitive Strain, Postural Problems, Chronic Fatigue, Sleep Disorder, Anxiety, Golfers Elbow, Tennis Elbow, Whiplash, Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Bad Circulation, Depression, Strains

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My name is Gillian McCrirrick (NAMMT CNHC, Dip Thermass frm) and I work from Complete Health Borders premises in the Scottish Border town of Galashiels. I am a highly qualified, experienced massage therapist, specialising in deep tissue, sports and relaxing massage treatments, providing the highest quality of care and more importantly positive results.

The term massage therapy encompasses many different and varied techniques used to manipulate the muscles and other soft tissues of the body, helping to alleviate the pain, discomfort, stress and tension which builds up during illness or physical activity.

Many people do not realise the detrimental effect of muscular imbalance and chronic injuries, many of which are quite reversible, such as lower back pain, nerve disorders, repetitive stress injuries (RSI), frozen shoulder, sciatica, headaches, migraines, postural problems and stress related tensions.

In its simplest form, “massage” can be defined as the manipulation of the soft tissues of the body for therapeutic purposes, performed most commonly by using the hands, forearms, knuckles, or elbows, depending on the depth of pressure and outcome required.

Whether acute or chronic, massage therapy is available to assist with everyday strains and muscular tension using a wide range of therapeutic treatments which will not only target your current injury, but will also focus on prevention.

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