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Soft Tissue Therapy with Neil Franklin

Neil has taught and trained in martial arts as well as taking part in many triathlons, and It was his own experience of sports injuries and the benefit of manual therapy that led him, after many years of working in the City, to train as a Sport and Remedial Soft Tissue Massage Therapist.

Neil has a Level 5 Diploma in Sport and Remedial Soft Tissue Therapy which is the highest level of Sports massage qualification recognised by the SMA (Sports Massage Association) and ISRM ( Institute for Soft Tissue Therapist), both principals of Sports massage therapy.

Soft Tissue Therapy is the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, whether they are the result of sport, work or daily activities.

Achieving positive results with clients from both sport and non sporting backgrounds, Neil works closely with his patients to provide a personalised treatment using a range of techniques including Myofascial Release, Neuromuscular techniques and Deep Tissue Massage. This is followed by a rehabilitation programme, using simple remedial and preventative exercises to work into your daily routine in order to achieve a full and speedy recovery.

Contact Neil directly to book:
Tel: 07729 518 005
Email: info@softtissuetherapist.co.uk

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After each class I always feel worked out, light as a feather and totally relaxed.

– Luana

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