PUT YOUR BODY
IN GOOD HANDS
Is a BASRat accredited graduate sports rehabilitator (GSR) with a first class BSc (Hons) Degree in Sports and Exercise Rehabilitation from Newcastle College Univercity Centre.
During his studies he has worked with Newcastle Thunder R.L.F.C , while also gaining his RocDoc qualifications (FMT 1 & 2 and IASTM) with RockTape and completing a Level 1 Medical Acupuncture course. He has recently introduced Radial Shockwave therapy into his practice for cutting edge treatments of chronic and acute injuries.
He is currently working towards becoming a John Gibbons Bodymaster Method ® Practitioner.
Chris qualified with a Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage from Newcastle College in July 2017.
He is also a Register of Exercise Professionals (REPS) Level 2 Gym instructor, Level 3 Personnel trainer, Kettle Bells, TRX suspension training and a Run England Leader in fell running (LIFR) and a English athletics Trail and fell running coach (CirF). Recently qualifying as a Level 3 Pilates instructor.
He enjoys fitness training and is a keen Ultra runner competing in numerous long distance races from 50 miles up to and including the 268 mile Montane Winter Spine Race in 2017 where he finished in 22nd in 142 hrs.
Previously competed in several triathlons and downhill mountain biking events and enjoys swimming and cycling.
If fitness is your life. Massage is your prize.
Sport Rehabilitators help people suffering from pain, injury or illness involving the musculoskeletal system. They help people of all ages to maintain their health and fitness, recover from and prevent injury and reduce pain using exercise, movement and manual based therapeutic interventions.
Shockwave Therapy, or Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT), is a non-invasive technology that delivers sound waves to affected areas of the body and aids recovery. Shockwave Therapy is no longer the preserve of the sporting elite! It has become widely accepted in clinical practice for the treatment of chronic soft tissue injuries. Results for treating chronic tendinopathies and chronic muscle injuries are seen through improved range of movement and reduction of pain.
Western medical acupuncture is a therapeutic modality involving the insertion of fine needles; it is an adaptation of Chinese acupuncture using current knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology and the principles of evidence based medicine.
Sports massage works deep in the muscles, realigning the muscle fibres and connective tissue and flushing away the toxins. Regular sessions will increase joint mobility and flexibility and reduce the risk of injury during exercise.