Sports and Remedial Massage

Whether you are a serious athlete or sit behind your desk for most of the week you are placing your body under a wide range of stresses and can seriously do with one of our massages.

We specialise in the treatment of acute and chronic back and neck pain and will actively treat the cause of the problem, not just the symptoms. Our unique protocol is active, measured and proven. A real solution to back and neck pain.

We specialise in the Neuro-Musculoskeletal System and understand completely how your nerves, muscles and skeleton work together in a healthy body, which means we can accurately assess, diagnose and treat your problem.

We simply support your body with what it needs so it is able to cure itself of whatever health challenge you’re facing. Dr Simoné and her team will determine your unique health formula based on your pre-existing conditions

"I am able to stay lean as well as physically and mentally strong."Elle Macpherson

​We offer Sports and Remedial Massage for the serious athlete and the person stuck behind the desk for most of the week. This will be done by one of our highly qualified Physiotherapists and includes general massage techniques in conjunction with soft tissue release, muscle energy techniques, neuromuscular techniques and connective tissue massage. With this type of massage we are able to treat patients with a wide variety of needs, relieving muscular tension, improving blood circulation, reducing pain, swelling and formation of scar tissue following injury, creating joint flexibility and improving range of movement, reducing the chance of future injury, shortening recovery time from an existing injury and maintaining vibrant health.

If you are an athlete…

When training, we are overloading our muscles and other soft tissues. This causes low level trauma with the result that the muscles get stronger and bigger.

This process of recovering and strengthening can be helped by Sports massage, including Myofascial Release, Trigger Point Release and Deep Tissue Massage.
Our bodies are designed to move. That is how we keep good circulation, our joints healthy and our muscles relaxed. When we spend long periods in static postures the circulation in our muscles decreases and even low level strain over an extended period, leads to muscle imbalances and postural dysfunction.

If you are office based in a stressful environment…

The more stressed we become, the harder muscles work, a bit like the volume being slowly turned up on the stereo until the noise is unbearable. Massage helps to address this overloading of the muscle system by identifying points of strain and overload, releasing them and improving circulation.

"Having Dr Simoné from Rejuv as my nutritionist has allowed me to reach my peak optimum health. I am able to stay lean as well as physically and mentally strong. I am also, finally in a place of long term disease prevention."Elle Macpherson

Rejuv team