/ Sport massage and injuries

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IMA - on 06 Nov 2012
Basically I have a niggle in a shoulder, it runs from the front and depending on movement etc runs up my neck to the base of my skull. Now before I go claiming from my BUPA joints muscles healthcare, is it likely that a few sports massages will help out? or at worst make it worse?

Got a feeling it has been induced from my position on my road bike.
the power - on 06 Nov 2012
In reply to IMA:good sports therapists are worth there weight in gold,check with bupa first you might be able to claim the cost back
IMA - on 06 Nov 2012
In reply to the power: cheers but at 16 a session (university staff rate) I'll just go and pay see how it works
Milesy - on 06 Nov 2012
Yes. Scar tissue problems can give many muscular issues and the only way to fix it is tissue massage. I have had lots of shoulder and neck problems and deep tissue massage on the surrounding areas has done wonders.
Ava Adore - on 06 Nov 2012
In reply to IMA:

My recurring neck niggle is generally set along the road to recovery once I've had a darned good massage from my physio.
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lost1977 - on 06 Nov 2012
In reply to IMA:

at 16 a session i would definitely be there

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