Structural Massage and Re-alignment Therapy
"I greatly enjoyed
my visit yesterday and found the experience in every respect open, honest,
professional and friendly"
Robert Rider 21/08/13
"Will is brilliant.
I have severe scoliosis but he keeps me going. I would be lost without him"
Sue Williams 01/03/11
James M 04/12/14
What is SMART?
S.M.A.R.T. is a form of manual therapy, effective in the treatment of a wide range of musculo-skeletal problems such as back pain, sciatica, headaches, neck and shoulder pain, repetitive strain injury, muscle and joint pain.
An important element in this approach to treatment is the identification and correction of postural/structural misalignments. This is not achieved by the usual methods of Chiropractic or Osteopathic rapid thrust adjustments but by the very focused deep massage and soft tissue release techniques that address the underlying causes of musculo-skeletal pain and dysfunction.
Chronic conditions and the long term effects of old injuries generally respond well to this treatment as well as problems of more recent onset.
The practitioner who offers this treatment has qualified as a McTimoney Chiropractor, Cranio-sacral Therapist and Massage Therapist and has many years experience in the field of manual therapy.
When is S.M.A.R.T. available?
Tuesday and Thursday
9.15am - 4.30pm
Friday 9.15am - 1.00pm
How much does it cost?
First appointment: £50 (60mins)
Follow-up appointments: £40 (45mins)
How do I book?
1. Call 01273 470955
3. In person at Equilibrium Complementary Health Centre, 16 Station St, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 2DB
Payments can be made to your therapist by cheque or cash. In order to keep
prices to the minimum, we regret that we are unable to accept credit or debit
Where can I get more information?
Please browse the personal website of our Structural Massage therapist Will.
Other useful information
Musculoskeletal disorders Health & Safety Executive
Excellent site for car drivers, especially if planning to lease/buy a car: www.drivingergonomics.com
Information and publications on Arthritis from the Arthritis Research Campaign
For sufferers of Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction The Pelvic Partnership