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Janet Luck Equine and Human Sports Massage

Sports massage can help to prevent and address many soft tissue problems such as back pain, shoulder problems or sporting injuries. Equine sports massage is the therapeutic application of professional sports massage techniques applied to the horse. Muscular tension or imbalance can cause problems such as stiffness on one rein, high head carriage, bucking, lack of poll flexion, cold-backed when being tacked up, head-shaking or hollow-backed. There are many ways that muscular problems can manifest and any concerns should be fully investigated. Pre-vent sports massage can help to warm the muscles and prepare them for action. Post-event can help to relax the muscles and release the build-up of toxins whilst identifying any possible injuries. Between-event or maintenance massage should be used as part of the training and fitness programme. The great thing is - you don''t have to be a sports person/horse to benefit.

Janet Luck Equine and Human Sports Massage
Kirkfield Farm
Wisbech
Cambridgeshire
PE14 7PN
Tel: 07581320519

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Janet Luck Equine and Human Sports Massage Wisbech Cambridgeshire Equine Complementary Therapy

Sports massage can help to prevent and address many soft tissue problems such as back pain, shoulder problems or sporting injuries. Equine sports massage is the therapeutic application of professional sports massage techniques applied to the horse. Muscular tension or imbalance can cause problems such as stiffness on one rein, high head carriage, bucking, lack of poll flexion, cold-backed when being tacked up, head-shaking or hollow-backed. There are many ways that muscular problems can manifest and any concerns should be fully investigated. Pre-vent sports massage can help to warm the muscles and prepare them for action. Post-event can help to relax the muscles and release the build-up of toxins whilst identifying any possible injuries. Between-event or maintenance massage should be used as part of the training and fitness programme. The great thing is - you don''t have to be a sports person/horse to benefit.