Tight Hamstrings – Villains or Victims?

Recently, I have seen a number of clients presenting with a common complaint – tight hamstrings. Sometimes in my job, it is not straight forward to find the cause of my client’s pain. In this post I will use one of these clients (Claire*) as a case study...

Men’s Health Movember

I am a feminist, which for me means that I strongly believe in equality between the sexes. November is Men’s Health Awareness month, commonly known as Movember. My feminist beliefs and Men’s Health are linked as there are some inequalities between men and...

Waterpolo and Resistance Band Exercises

If you follow Reset Sports Massage on Facebook or Instagram, you may know that I enjoy playing waterpolo. I currently train and swim in Witney and Banbury. My friend, Lewis, coaches The University of Stirling Ladies’ team. He recently got in touch to ask me to...

One Year In Business – Looking Back, Looking Ahead

WOW! I’m celebrating my one year anniversary in business. What an incredible year! I’ve learned so much and developed personally as well as in business! This post is about “looking back” at what I’ve learned and achieved over the year,...

Stress, Injury, and Common Worries

If you’ve been in the clinic over the past 3 days you may know that I’m suffering from bursitis in my shoulder. A bursa is an ‘anatomical whoopee cushion’ that sits within some joints and prevents friction between structures. The suffix -itis...