When you arrive at the unit, please enter the main gates and park to the right hand side of the building, there is an allocated parking space for customers of RX Sports Massage Therapy which is clearly marked. If this space is taken, please park in another of the parking bays. There are plenty of parking spaces available free of charge.
Due to Covid-19, please wait outside of the building for your appointment. At the time of your appointment, your practitioner will come outside to greet you and take your temperature. If your temperature is above 37.8C we will unfortunately not be able to treat you.
Please bring your own towel to your appointment as we will not be able to use ours because of cross contamination. We are also not able to offer water after your treatment so please bring some with you.
Please wear lose fitting clothing. Treatments will be carried out in under garments but if you feel more comfortable in shorts, that is not a problem. Ladies- no sports bras please. If you have long hair, please tie it back. We will always do our best to make you feel comfortable and dignified at all times.
You will receive an initial consultation to gather the required information and to help us to work out the best treatment plan for you.
At the end of the treatment you will be given after care advice and support. We have cash or card payment options and you can book in again for any further treatments should you wish to do so.
We are always very keen to learn how you feel and progress after the treatment so please do drop us a message to let us know how you are getting on!
Risks to Sports Massage/therapy treatments
Our staff work hard with you to make sure you leave feeling much better than when you walk through our doors. Sports massage/therapy is very beneficial and rarely causes any physical issues however, as with everything, there are some risks to having a sports massage/therapy treatment, these can be (but are not limited to), discomfort during the treatment, dehydration, muscle soreness, bruising, feeling of nausea, a drop in blood pressure, a new injury, nerve lesions and your condition could worsen.