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where would you find someone to do a regular massage?

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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
ok so i have found the a massage gets rid of some of my neck pain (trapped nerves etc on lots of pain killers) now my fiancee does this for me and its great but it has got me thinking is there anywhere that can do it professionaly and regular say 3 times a week...... i have tried looking (for west sussex prefer littlehampton) but all i get is those asian 'special' ones if you know what i mean. also any reviews etc about having them done to relive pain from the hukd members???? thanks and i know it sounds a bit odd even for misc!

ps done the old google-ing etc but the places i phoned are full cant/wont do it or i have heard bad things etc
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
try a sports physiotherapist
banned#2
if your fiancee does a good job, bribe her

i mean, say, if you massage my neck 3 times a week, you will pay for a nice evening out or something, or pay for something for her
and hope you still get the 'happy ending'
#3
A sports therapist. Maybe phone up your GP or a local chiropractor/osteopath and say you are looking for sports massage therapy (as opposed to sexy massage therapy hehe) and ask if they can reccommend anywhere. My osteopath does muscle massage as part of the manipulation so that might be another route to look into.
#4
jubbyme
if your fiancee does a good job, bribe her

i mean, say, if you massage my neck 3 times a week, you will pay for a nice evening out or something, or pay for something for her
and hope you still get the 'happy ending'


she does a good job and said she will do it whenever i want it (gets very painful and this releases it a bit) but i am left to wonder what someone with proper training would be able to do
#5
I think you are looking in the wrong places, what you need are natural therapy centres that do things like reiki, acupuncture etc. they are normally linked with proper sports massage and other massage therapies in the above board categories. I just did a little search and found this place; http://www.lnhc.co.uk/therapists.html

Not living in the area I can't comment on what it's like, but it's more likely to be what you are looking for. I hope this helps!
#6
This is a link taken from that site of someone who works from their with their own website; http://www.bondtherapies.co.uk/
#7
sickly sweet
A sports therapist. Maybe phone up your GP or a local chiropractor/osteopath and say you are looking for sports massage therapy (as opposed to sexy massage therapy hehe) and ask if they can reccommend anywhere. My osteopath does muscle massage as part of the manipulation so that might be another route to look into.


Exactly what I was going to post, BUT

3 times a week, your talking atleast £90 minimum per week
#8
jackt010
she does a good job and said she will do it whenever i want it (gets very painful and this releases it a bit) but i am left to wonder what someone with proper training would be able to do


You may find that 2 sessions may take most of your pain away, At a professional place, and that you only need to top up on treatment every week or two. If they solve your problem of course.
#9
A decent massage in this country is very spendy, go to Thailand this year for your jollies, £10 for a 2hour full body massage.
#10
the 'ads' at the back of a free local paper
#11
DKLS
A decent massage in this country is very spendy, go to Thailand this year for your jollies, £10 for a 2hour full body massage.


Thats harldy an economic solution in todays financial uncertainty :-D

Plus China is super cheap too, lol
#12
you wont get a happy ending massage from a professional.
#13
Try a local acupuncture specialist, the one in Bolton charged £200 for a consultation and then 10 2 hour sessions including acupuncture and a massage, that sorted my lower back problem.
#14
pugw$sh
Try a local acupuncture specialist, the one in Bolton charged £200 for a consultation and then 10 2 hour sessions including acupuncture and a massage, that sorted my lower back problem.


wow really the one in high street or in the cromptons center?

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