Kerrianne Spraggon-York is a Level 3 VCTC qualified Therapeutic Massage Therapist specialising in, Swedish Massage, Aromatherapy, Indian Head Massage and Hot stone Massage.
Kerri has created ‘The Zen Zone’ so you have a space to be calm, relaxed and enjoy your treatment, leaving you with a feeling of complete Zen and harmony within your mind and body.
Kerri’s single and combination treatments have been specifically developed to maximise your body’s ability to relax and harmonise.
‘Rebalance’ Indian Head massage and Hot Stone combination- Rebalance chakra, mind, body, spirit.
‘Relax’ Aromatherapy Swedish body and Indian Head massage combination- Ultimate relaxation.
‘Recharge’ Swedish body massage and Hot Stone Therapy combination- Therapeutic and energising.
Kate joined our clinic in July 2019. Graduating from Bath University.
Kate has great experience with rehabilitating sports injuries within Bath Universities Sports Clinic, treating a range of patients within different sports including England Netball players.
Kate is a specialist in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of all pain and injury concerning muscle, tendon and ligament tissues as well as joint injury and posture correction.
Any pain or soft tissue injury can be assessed and a treatment plan devised specifically for you with home care, exercises and mini assessments for each treatment following up your progress.
Kate has a keen interest in Cycling and works with Tor Rugby Club.
Common injuries and pain treated are:
I’m a Musculoskeletal Podiatrist With 15 years experience in assessing & treating patients, I can help you understand why you are experiencing such problems with muscle, soft tissue and joints in your lower limbs.
Do you have pain in your feet, ankles or legs when you stand, or have increased pain on activity?
This is not normal and you shouldn’t put up with the pain, my job is to alleviate foot pain.
I see many overuse injuries, heel pain is the most common of these. There are many aggravating factors.
Understanding an individuals biomechanics (pattern of movement) is often the missing component in the rehabilitation.
Your feet are the foundation blocks of your body which uses your feet as the starting pivot during movement. Any pathologies at occur in the foot and ankle affect your movement every step, thousands of times a day. These pathologies or discrepancies can then have a leading effect of ankle, knee, hip and back pain.
Each appointment usually last 1 hour with video analysis of your gait. From here we can find the issue and treatment that works best for you. This includes the option to prescribe custom made orthotics on site. Treatment can also include stretches programmes, exercise programmes, shoe advice and lifestyle advice.
Please come with a selection of worn footwear and a pair of shorts. We assess the mobility of the joints and video the feet in action, either walking or running
Don’t ignore foot pain, and don’t suffer in silence! I am here to help you understand, and support your recovery.
To book in with Simon please call him directly to book an appointment on 07915659434
Lucie Specialises in treating Muscle and joint. Rehabilitation through advanced soft tissue techniques, increasing mobility, flexibility and function of muscle tissue. Decreasing pain, Sports performance, Posture correction and Gait analysis.
Lucie is fully insured and registered with the Sports Massage Association, becoming the promotional therapist for the Road2Rio programme across governing bodies of Sports Massage, Soft Tissue Therapy & Physiotherapy; sponsoring Olympic athletes. She is also qualified in Acupuncture and Kinesiology Taping for sports and soft tissue pain.
In 2015 Lucie became Sports Massage Lecturer at Strode College teaching and inspiring therapists of the future.
In her own sporting career Lucie was a regional and college national swimmer. Most recently in 2013 became British champion in Powerlifting holding multiple regional and national records, followed by 2014 becoming junior British, European and World champion breaking 7 World Records within her weight class. Now retired from the sport Lucie has a great knowledge of strength training which is great addition to her rehabilitation.