Joined: 12 Nov 2007 Posts: 16476 Location: alles was ich bin, alles was ich war
Posted: Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:21 am Post subject:
With a massage therapist, their experience can make a big difference; that is the more people they see with sports-related issues, the better they will be able to treat you.
Pricing is obviously geographically sensitive, city vs rural etc. The clinic I go to increased prices to £38/hr this year, and that's at the lower end from what I can gather.
_________________ 25 Years since it all began....
I was crippled with a bad back 3 weeks ago - literally could barely walk. Now I'm back to training with no pain for the most part. Physio did trigger point and gave me rehab exercises to do. Literally a lifesaver. Didn't pay anywhere near £92 though.
_________________ Homer (forever trying)
Joined: 28 Jan 2010 Posts: 109 Location: Leicester/Haworth
Posted: Wed Jul 12, 2017 8:25 am Post subject:
Just go and see an experienced sports massage therapist.
Also my only encounter with trigger points and dry needling is with an experienced sports massage therapiat. It certainly felt like it worked buy I understand it could be a placebo effect. Either way it wase covered in my two hour session, which much less than the price of the OP treatment.
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