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Swimmer in Swimming Lane

Are Your Swimmers Battling Chronic Pain From Intense Training and Injuries?

Advanced neuromuscular massage techniques specifically address your unique needs as a competitive swimmer. By targeting the following key muscles utilized in competitive swimming, my treatments promote enhanced range of motion and alleviate pain:


I specialize in providing customized soft tissue pain relief and mobility solutions for elite athletes.  I would love to become part of your sport performance team offering my expertise to teams looking to enhance their players' performance and well-being,  prevent soft tissue injuries and prepare injured athletes to return to competition. I am flexible and open to all types of working relationships and I look forward to connecting.


Are you ready to take your swimming career to the next level? Are you in water sport and struggling with pain, limited range of motion, or hindered performance? Look no further! Neuromuscular massage is the secret weapon you've been searching for. we will delve into the specific muscle groups used by swimmers, common swimming injuries, and how routine maintenance massages can provide you with a competitive advantage. Embrace the power of neuromuscular massage and experience the difference it can make in your swimming journey. Get in touch with us today and let's dive into a new era of success together!

  • Common injuries completive swimmers  encounter. Whether it's due to intense training sessions or the demands of competition, these injuries can hamper performance:

    • Shoulder Impingement Syndrome: Characterized by shoulder pain and limited range of motion, this condition affects many swimmers due to repetitive overhead motions.

    • Swimmer's Knee: Patellofemoral pain syndrome caused by the repetitive kicking motion and instability around the knee joint.

    • Rotator Cuff Tendinitis: Overuse of the shoulder muscles can result in inflammation and pain in the rotator cuff tendons.

    • Lower Back Pain: The demanding nature of swimming can contribute to lower back pain caused by poor technique or muscle imbalances.

    • Neck and Upper Back Tension: Frequent head rotation during breathing can lead to tightness and discomfort in the neck and upper back.


Incorporating routine neuromuscular/ myofascial soft tissue therapy into training regimens, you gain the following competitive advantages:

  1. Enhanced Recovery: Speed up muscle repair, reduce post-game soreness, and optimize recovery time between intense training sessions.

  2. Improved Flexibility: Increase your range of motion, allowing for fluid and efficient movements that give you an edge on the field.

  3. ​Mental Focus: Reduce stress and anxiety, improve mental clarity, and enhance overall well-being, allowing you to perform at your best.


Injury Prevention and Recovery: I prioritize the well-being of your athletes and aim to reduce the risk of injuries. Trained in Neuromuscular Therapy, FST-Neuromyofascial Tissue Practice, and Vodder Certified Manual Lymph Drainage, enabling me to identify potential areas of weakness or imbalance and provide targeted treatments to prevent injuries. In case of injuries, we offer effective recovery strategies to expedite healing and get your players back in the game.

Pain Relief and Management: I address muscle imbalances, release tension, and identify potential injury-prone areas, helping avoid setbacks and stay in peak condition. I understand that football players often experience chronic pain due to the physical demands of the sport. I have  extensive experience in managing and alleviating pain through personalized soft therapy sessions. I work closely with your athletic team to understand their pain patterns and provide relief, allowing them to focus on their performance without discomfort.





Whether you're aiming to boost your performance for an upcoming event, prevent or recover from injuries, or manage chronic pain, I've got you covered!  When you book a session with me, there's no  guessing which soft tissue is causing your discomfort because pain has a pattern. 📍 Discover the pain patterns that can provide valuable insights into your condition by simply tapping the button below. ⬇️

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