Clinical & remedial treatment for

soft tissue pain and injuries

Based in South East London/Croydon

About Us

London Soft Tissue Therapy is a Clinical & Remedial and soft tissue rehab service located in South Norwood.

Our aim at LSTT is simply to improve your day to day by treating musculoskeletal dysfunction caused by lifestyle or injury using a variety of techniques such as Advanced Sports Massage, Electro and Medical Acupuncture/Dry Needling, Stretching, Medical Cupping and Kinesiology Taping

Regular ‘Sports Massage’ is very good for athletes, and anyone else, to help them stay on top form and injury free. But what if someone has an injury? With sports massage they just get a deep massage and have to hope for the best!

What is Soft Tissue Therapy?

This is on a much higher clinical level and sports massage is just one small part of it. The aim is to treat all minor and chronic injuries whether caused through sport or any other lifestyle factor, using massage and other more advanced techniques. It also aims to identify the underlying causes of injury and offer more long-term improvements in physical wellbeing and injury prevention. Everyone suffers with these injuries at some time and they can badly affect their quality of life but treatment is often hard to find. Main-steam medicine may be good at treating more serious conditions but who deals with all these minor and chronic injuries? Soft Tissue Therapy has evolved as the answer. It is a safe and effective way of helping all people with most minor and chronic injuries.

Our Treatments

Remedial Massage

The process of manipulation of the soft tissue, including connective tissue, tendons, muscles, ligaments and fascia. Sports Massage is designed to assist in correcting problems from overuse, underuse, strains and imbalance. When faced with repetitive movements, the body can begin to overcompensate or adapt…..

Electro Medical Acupuncture

Dry needling can provide relief for muscular pain and stiffness, even chronic long term issues. In addition, easing the trigger points may improve flexibility and increase range of motion. That’s why this method is often used to treat sports injuries, muscle pain, and even fibromyalgia pain…..

Cupping Therapy

Cupping is a way of increasing blood flow to problematic areas of the body. This is done by creating a partial vacuum to the skin, drawing up the under laying tissue. When allowed to stay in a localised place, blood stasis develops and localised healing takes place…..

Kinesiology tape

Taping is used to activate a muscle, deactivate a muscle,  reduce swelling, add compression to an area in discomfort…..