MB SPORTS THERAPY

Molly Brick, BSc (Hons) Sports Therapist

Molly offers a range of sports therapy services including injury prevention, assessment, treatment and rehabilitation. 

With over four years of experience working with professional rugby and football clubs as well as private clients, Molly is now offering her services in The Hub @ Move Forward Gym.

Taking a highly indiviualised approach, Molly will work with you to create a treatment plan using sports massage, rehab exercises, cupping therapy and dry needling.

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THE HUB @ MOVE FORWARD GYM

We're lucky enough to be home to The Hub, a space shared by MB Sports Therapy and Vida Beauty.

Access The Hub using the side door to the right of the gym.

 

SPECIAL OFFER

Exclusive savings for gym members

  • £10 voucher towards your first session

  • 10% discount thereafter

 

TREATMENTS

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INJURY ASSESSMENT

From £50 per hour

A great place to start for a new or ongoing injury. A 1-hour injury assessment session includes:

  • Initial consultation

  • First treatment

  • Individual rehab plan


This might include exercises to do at home or in the gym, further one-off treatments, or a series of regular treatments.

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SPORTS MASSAGE

From £40 per hour

Invigorating massage will stimulate blood flow and ease tension for active people or those with aches and pains. Great for:

  • Athletes and regular gym-goers

  • Home or office workers

  • Mobility issues

  • Tension or stiffness 

  • Muscle soreness and DOMS

  • Injury maintenance and prevention

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CUPPING THERAPY

From £40 per hour

Traditionally rooted in Chinese medicine, cupping can be a great therapy alongside sports massage.


Increasing circulation and encouraging extra blood flow to muscles under the cup, it can also help to stretch the muscle tissue and relieve tightness.

  • Relieve muscle tension

  • Improve blood flow

  • Reduce inflammation

  • Promote the healing process

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DRY NEEDLING

From £40 per hour

Different from Acupuncture which is based on Eastern medicine, dry needling is rooted in Western medicine and the evaluation of pain patterns, posture, and movement impairments.

Used alone or with sports massage, dry needling is great for pain relief and releasing tightness in specific areas.

  • Decrease tightness in trigger points

  • Increase blood flow

  • Reduce local pain