Penrith UK Remedial Massage Repetitive Strain Sports Injury Services Launched

Physical therapy clinic James Pittam Health & Fitness Ltd updated its range of professional remedial massage treatments for clients in Penrith, the Eden Valley and the North Lakes.

Penrith, United Kingdom - June 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

James Pittam Health & Fitness Ltd, a physical therapy clinic in Penrith, England, announced the launch of an updated range of remedial massage treatments for clients struggling with old troublesome injuries that were never treated correctly. The clinic specialises in sports massage and remedial massage solutions for clients in Penrith, the Eden Valley and the North Lakes.

More information can be found at https://jamespittam.com/sports-massage-north-lakes-penrith-people

Rehabilitating any injury can be a tiring and frustrating process. The newly launched remedial massage treatments at James Pittam Health & Fitness Ltd aim to help clients achieve optimal lifelong physical health.

Massage is one of the most effective therapies for releasing muscle tension and restoring balance to the musculoskeletal system. Remedial massage is widely used for treating a wide range of conditions and ailments such as neck pain, back pain, tension, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, muscular spasms, and many more.

At James Pittam Health & Fitness Ltd, the team use remedial massage techniques to restore better functional mobility in patients who have endured a range of musculoskeletal disorders.

The experienced sports massage therapists have a clear understanding and extensive experience of treating sports, wear and tear and other traumatic injuries. They take the time to understand the story behind the injury and can devise a course of therapeutic massage to suit the client’s unique injury or condition.

As the fears around COVID-19 increase, the team at James Pittam Health & Fitness Ltd continue to monitor this situation closely and maintain communication with local and government authorities. They are committed to maintaining the highest possible standards of hygiene and safety when the restrictions are lifted and ensure that remedial massage will start again once the conditions are safe to do so.

For more details about the clinic’s coronavirus protocol, clients are encouraged to contact James Pittam Health & Fitness Ltd directly.

According to the official website of James Pittam Health & Fitness Ltd, “The expert team at James Pittam works with you to get you back on the road to recovery following a sports injury, to help improve mobility or reduce long term pain. All of our team is registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.”

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or accessing https://jamespittam.com

Contact Info:
Name: James Pittam
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Organization: James Pittam Health & Fitness Ltd
Address: Penrith Leisure Centre Southend Road, Penrith, England CA11 8JH, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1768-840034
Website: https://jamespittam.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88957843

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