Massage Lisburn

Massage is a form of treatment, which involves manipulation of the soft tissue. Soft tissue includes skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Massage promotes healing and reduces physical pain in different parts of the body. It may be used to alleviate stress, aid relaxation and so improve sleep. Whether you have a sporting injury or strain or simply want a good massage to reduce everyday aches and pains we can develop a treatment to suit your needs.

advance Physiotherapy offers a range of massage therapies and we want to help you choose one that suits you.

For prices and to BOOK Now click here. Below is an outline of our treatments if you prefer to speak to someone call the clinic on 92 661435 or email

Sports Massage:
Sports massage is a form of treatment designed to help correct problems within soft tissue that are caused by repetitive and strenuous physical activity and trauma. This type of massage is primarily for people involved in regular exercise or physical activity and is ideal for people of all sporting levels. The application of sports massage before and after exercise can enhance performance, aid recovery and prevent injury. If you have a particular injury our experienced sports therapist will be able to treat the problem.

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Remedial Massage:
A remedial massage is best suited if you have chronic neck or back pain, particularly annoying / nagging pain associated with tension and stress held in the shoulders and back. The physiotherapist will use a combination of techniques to identify the cause of your pain and treat it. During the massage we will make sure we use the right pressure for you remember it is your treatment.

Relaxing Body Massage:
A more gentle traditional massage which can focus on the back, neck and shoulders or full body. This is ideal for soothing chronic pain relieving tiredness or aching muscles. It is aimed to alleviate everyday tension and anxiety thus helping to relax and improve sleep.

Benefits of massage?

  • Pain reduction
  • Aids recovery from injury or strain
  • Reduces stiffness, tension and fatigue
  • Muscular relaxation
  • General relaxation
  • Improved circulation
  • Improved flexibility and range of movement