Strand House, 169 Richmond Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT2 5DA 020 8546 6464

We're closed until Wednesday at 9:00 am

Sports Massage

Sports massage is a deep form of soft tissue mobilisation and can be applied in a sporting and non-sporting context. Sports massage incorporates a wide range of different techniques which are used to for general relaxation of the muscular skeletal system and also targeted towards any problem areas. These techniques help to relieve muscular tension, break down adhesions within the muscles, mobilise soft tissues and to reduce pain.

Sports massages can be used in a range of ways. A sports massage helps to reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), helps as part of a rehabilitation programme, post event, pre-event and relieving tight muscles.

DOMS can be the result of minor muscle or connective tissue damage, a build-up of waste products from energy production or from local muscle spasm. A sports massage can help to reduce muscle spasms, flush out waste products and increase the blood flow to an area. This increase in blood flow delivers essential oxygen and nutrients to an area to assist with the repair of any damaged tissues.

Sports massages can be used as an effective tool in rehabilitation and training programmes. This helps the body to recover from the stresses of exercises and facilitate the rebuilding phase of conditioning. The effects of sports massage add up to relieve soreness, stiffness and flexibility and also decreased risk to future injury.

Sports massage after a sporting event such as a 10k run, sports match, cycle or marathon can be hugely beneficial. Sports massage is an effective treatment to help muscles to recovery, prevent injuries and to prepare the body for future exercise. Sports massage will help reduce the build-up of waster products in muscle that occur during exercise.

Pre event sports massage can be used in the weeks leading up to an event to help performance and decrease the chance of injury. A sports massage focusses on enhancing circulation, increasing tissue elasticity and reducing muscle tension.

To book a Sports Massage please give us a call on 0208 546 6464



Strand House, 169 Richmond Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT2 5DA


020 8546 6464


Free parking on our forecourt with additional free parking available close by


The clinic is on Richmond Road, ten minutes walk north of Kingston town centre. We are situated on the left hand side, almost opposite the Shell Garage.


Bus no. 65, which runs between Kingston and Ealing Broadway via Richmond, passes the clinic. Please alight at the closest stop, which is the Latchmere Road.


The nearest station is Kingston. From there it is possible to walk or catch a bus.


The clinic is situated on the A307 at 169 Richmond Road, KT2 5DA, just north of Kingston town centre. Approaching from Kingston it is on the left hand side, almost opposite the Shell Garage.



Our Physiotherapists in Kingston upon Thames are skilled and talented people, they are all registered with the Health & Care Professions Council ensuring that they work to the highest of standards at all times. They all take part in regular update training to ensure that the knowledge they use when they treat you is up to date and based on the strongest and most recent clinical evidence of success. You can be confident that they are here to do their best for you and if necessary to involve others including our world leading consultants in your care.. Call us today on 020 8546 6464

Strand House, 169 Richmond Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT2 5DA 020 8546 6464