Therapeutic Sports Massage Therapy In Sterling, VA
"Discover How To Finally End Long-Term Nagging Sports Related Injuries, Release Tension In Tight Muscles, Stimulate Inactive Muscles, Reduce Unwanted Stiffness, & Get Rid of Recurring Headaches, Naturally Without Any Nasty Side Effects"
Don’t sacrifice the workouts and activities you love over problems that can be resolved. Speak to a sports massage therapist expert & find out if it is right for you.
When should I Think About Getting a Therapeutic Sports Massage Therapy?
A Message From Specialist Robert Brown - Sports Massage Therapist In Sterling VA
Are you frustrated by sports related pain? Are you disappointed because your pain is holding you back from your workouts?
Years ago, as I worked with my active adults and athletes, I found a common theme in their injuries. When they were injured, they would go to the doctor and were told to stop running, take medication, or have an injection. These were all short term fixes. When they went back to their training after these interventions, the pain came right back. These athletes were lost and not sure what to do to keep their pain away so they could continue to train. I set out to educate these active adults and athletes on making smart decisions about when to train and when to ‘back off’. I have also found that these active adults and athletes are not sure what they should be doing to prevent injuries from happening. It has become my mission to keep as many athletes competing at the highest level possible during their races.
You see, everyone with running related pain in DMV area asks us the same questions…
- Why does my calf pain hurt so much? (I don’t even know what I did…)
- Why isn’t this knee pain going away?
- Am I going to have to live with hip pain forever?
We have good news: you don’t have to “live with it”. There is still more that can be done and we’re here to show you the way.
Most people get stuck trying to make a decision about what to do next. They go days, weeks, months (even years!) without taking action.
The one thing we can guarantee is that by doing nothing, your pain won’t get better.
So the next important thing is to take action.