We have two very professional Sports Massage and Holistic Massage Therapists at Bury Physio Clinic.
Oliver Graham and Lindsay Redman. Due to family circumstances, Lindsay has delayed her working at Bury Physio….we’ll keep you posted when she is due to start her clinics.
Oliver works as a Sports Massage Therapist and Athletics Coach.
Level 3 Sports Massage Therapist
Level 3 Diploma in ‘Excellence in Sports Performance’
NQF BTEC Extended Diploma in Sports
Qualified athletics coach, swimming instructor and lifeguard.
Oliver has always been passionate about sport, he is currently the county champion in hammer, discus and shot put for the last 5 years. He has been competing for the last 3 years as a senior athlete for Shaftesbury and Barnet, a premier division club.
Oliver is now part of the GB under 23 squad and is aiming for the British and European Championships over the next few years. His future goals are to compete on the international arena including commonwealth, world and Olympic games.
Oliver’s passion for sport is the driver behind his sports massage therapy career as he fully understands first hand the impact of injuries. He enjoys teaching and helping others to achieve their potential or recover from life experiences that have affected their physical and mental health.
Oliver will be working alongside our team of Specialist Physiotherapists to help serve our local community and we are thrilled to have him as part of our team.
Lindsay is a fully qualified ITEC Sports and Holistic Massage Therapist, Nutritionist and Menopause Health Coach and is fully insured with the Federation of Holistic Therapists.
After qualifying as an ITEC Holistic Massage Therapist in 2005 and then a Sports Massage Therapist in 2006 she went on to set up in private practice in health clinics across Essex.
In 2017 she qualified as a nutritionist and currently runs a private practice both in person and online offering one to one and group coaching programmes. She specialises in gut health and is a certified Menopause Health coach.
She is also a fully qualified, accredited and insured NLP coach, certified baby massage instructor (CIMI®) and a qualified reflexologist.
Along with treating a wide variety of health problems over the years Lindsay gives talks and holds workshops on topics including Menopause, Weight Loss, Gut Health, Women’s Health, Arthritis and Diabetes.
Lindsay continues to broaden her knowledge and is currently studying the MenoStrength® programme – the A-Z of Strength Programming for the midlife female.
About Sports Massage
Sports Massage therapy promotes recovery from injury, reduces stiffness/tightness in damaged and tired muscles, reduces pain and swelling symptoms and promotes improved sporting performance. Regular sessions can aid injury prevention.
Sports massage is not just for sport’s injuries; it can also relieve everyday aches and pains caused by daily living and work.
Sports massage can be used to prevent and treat injury to muscles, ligaments, tendons and all soft tissue. It has therapeutic, psychological and physiological benefits, improving mood and general health. Regular treatment can help remove a build up of lactic acid, or general aches and pains from everyday stress.