SPORTZbizz massage specializes in helping athletes work through intense training cycles along with injury care and prevention with the goal of achieving peak performance in their sport of choice. SPORTZbizz massage understands what it takes to get the athlete not only to the starting line, but to the finish, and all that comes between.
Terry Fletcher, owner of SPORTZbizz Massage is a runner and cyclist who understands the toll a challenging training regimen can take on everyone from weekend warriors to seasoned athletes. He has been practicing the art of sports massage therapy for over 16 years. Terry works with each client and will effectively tailor massage services to their specific needs. Whether it’s injury prevention, injury rehabilitation (soft tissue therapy), or the desire to gain a competitive advantage, Terry can help!
Testimonials are always a great way to measure how we do in my profession as a Sports Massage Therapist. It allows me to figure out better ways to satisfy the athlete client along with helping understand how I can help the athlete gain a better in-site on how to take care of themselves physically and emotionally.
New for 2016 is a blogging section for my SPORTZbizz Massage practice. Every once in a while a question comes up that I feel needs an explanation so this is my attempt at providing answers.
Event Massage is becoming much more prevalent at sporting events. Amongst more elite athletes, it is an expected provision, when their personal therapist and/or trainer cannot be there immediately pre/inter/post event to treat them.
SPORTZbizz can provide this service to individual teams and at the event level. We can provide a quote for services and will be happy to work with you based on your specific needs.
The Kinesio Taping Method is designed to facilitate the body’s natural healing process while allowing support and stability to muscles and joints without restricting the body’s range of motion.
We use Kinesio tape for many of our athlete clients. After the massage Kinesio allows the massage to continue its process by either restricting the range of motion for a few days or relaxing the muscle to allow healing.