I’m pleased to announce that treatments resumed on Monday 17th August and the diary is now open. There have been a few changes, which you can read about here. Most pages on the website have been updated but do let me know if you spot anything that doesn’t make sense! (20th August 2020)
Chronic pain, restricted movement, that heavy, tight feeling. These can have a profound effect on the way we live, how we feel about our day-to-day activities and even how we manage our relationships.
Whether you have been left with pain after an accident or illness, are frequently stressed, sit or stand for long periods of time, particularly at a computer, have a condition such as ME or fibromyalgia, depression or anxiety. Or simply have a body that’s starting to show its age!
I can help…
I’m Catherine Franks and I offer safe,effective treatment to reduce pain and restore movement, making you feel lighter, more mobile and better able to get on with your life.
Your pain and restricted movement may have been caused by past injury, postural problems, repetitive strain, overdoing things, emotional issues or general wear and tear. Whatever the cause, the right treatment, can bring you long-term relief.
Every treatment is tailored to your needs…
which means it will be different every time! I use myofascial release therapy (MFR), along with gentle mobilisation and manipulation of the joints, muscle energy techniques, and occasionally massage to help your body to heal. By removing fascial restrictions you will gain a sense of freedom and balance that you didn’t even realise you were missing!
Coming from a background in remedial massage, MFR has fast become the cornerstone of my treatments, as scientific research into fascia improves our understanding of this vital structure throughout our body. MFR is a very subtle technique that can lead to profound changes. You can find out more about this gentle yet highly effective technique by clicking on the link MFR UK.
I also have a particular interest in neurological disorders, with experience in treating patients with acquired brain injury, brain tumour, multiple sclerosis and Parkinsons.