Deep-Tissue or Sports Massage Plus Physiotherapy Assessment for £18 at Aberdeen Sports and Spinal Injury Clinic
- Therapists with wellbeing-focused specialisations
- In practice for over 20 years
- Open until 7pm Mon to Fri
- 30-minute deep-tissue or sports massage
- 10-minute physiotherapy assessment
- Suitable for both athletic and non-athletic aches
Limit 1 per person. Booking required. 48-hour cancellation policy with one reschedule permitted. Valid Mon-Fri 10am-7pm. Valid at Laurel Drive branch only (AB22 8AQ).
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Like bikes, a body builder's muscles need to be pumped up, oiled every so often, and have the occasional brake. Get back into gear with today's Groupon: £18 for a deep-tissue or sports massage plus physiotherapy assessment at Aberdeen Sports and Spinal Injury Clinic.
Poised to promote musculoskeletal wellbeing, physiotherapy begins with an examination and evaluation, which may employ the use of an ultrasound. After applying a conductive gel, technicians will measure the vibrations that bounce to each patient’s groove, to produce images of internal items. As a result, appropriate treatments can be determined such as massage, acupuncture, and trigger point therapy. Helping to mobilise creaky joints may also require a hands-off approach such as advice on exercise and posture.
Having talked tactics in the dressing room of wellbeing for over 20 years, Aberdeen Sports & Spinal Injury Clinic aims to keep its players on a winning streak by applying hands to all manner of musculoskeletal miseries. The team boasts a broad range of specialisations and a full squad of techniques to go one up against back pain, discomfort, and muscle-related niggles.
Flagging physiques can be brought back to attention with this physiotherapy assessment and 30-minute follow-up massage. Establishing a case history and deciphering relevant lifestyle factors, the therapists will identify areas needing focused attention before starting the treatment. A deep-tissue or sports massage will then get underway and look to help put pizazz back into muscles and spring back into steps.