About

I am Helen Trehane and I am a fully qualified and insured sports and remedial massage therapist, as well as being a qualified watersports instructor.

Qualifications

BTEC Diploma in Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy, Level Five.

I trained with the renowned NLSSM ‘The school of Sports Massage’, in London, qualifying in March 2011.

I am a member of the Sports Massage Association, the UK’s professional association for sports massage practitioners.

First Aid certificate.

Fascial Release for structural balance of the shoulder and arm with James Earls – CPD course.

Treating Lower Limb Pain with Cameron Reid – CPD course.

Kinesiology Taping K1 and K2 course.

I attended Disability Awareness Training with The Fed Centre for Independent Living in July 2012.

Evening CPD Lectures with Health Education Seminars – The Athletic Shoulder and Clinical Reasoning with the Spine.

Advanced Medical Acupuncture Course – OMT Training.

I hold various teaching qualifications in watersports such as sailing, windsurfing and powerboating.

Experience

I treat clients from a variety of sporting backgrounds including marathon runners, gym bunnies, sprinters, boxers, footballers, cricketers, windsurfers, rugby players, personal trainers and body builders.

I have gained valuable assessment skills and treatment experience from working alongside physiotherapists at Brighton Blues Rugby club, Brighton and Hove Albion football club,  Sussex County Cricket club, Wasps Rugby club and Brighton and Hove Athletics club.  Treating such issues as muscular tension, whiplash, DOMS, muscle strain, RSI, low back pain, dead legs, joint sprains, tendonitis, shin splints and post operative compensation patterns.

Ethos

My treatments are tailored to the individual client so that they are as effective as possible.  I listen to your feedback and act on it as I believe that sports massage achieves best results when client and therapist work together.

As an exercise enthusiast I understand the desire that sports people have to continue to be active, but as a therapist I often see the signs of overuse, misuse, disuse and abuse.   I try to provide you with realistic advice which will help you to modify your training and lifestyle, in order to ensure a full recovery.