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Molly Haskins BSc – Soft Tissue Therapist

The treatment room at Norfolk Soft Tissue Therapy

Sports Injury recoverY

Soft Tissue Therapy is a recognised method of treatment for any injury to muscle, ligament or tendons. Many clients visit Norfolk Tissue Therapy suffering from common sports injuries – but all are welcome. If you have pain, injury or soreness in your muscles, tendons or ligaments, we can help. We treat pain & injury everywhere from foot, ankle and knee to neck, back, shoulder and elbow.

Intergral part of your Training

Soft Tissue Therapy isn’t “just” for injury recovery. It can be used as an integral part of your training programme. Help your muscles recover from previous excercise and events. The techniques used at Norfolk Tissue Therapy accelerate the recovery from Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) and can help in injury prevention.

What is Soft Tissue Therapy?

This is the website of Molly Haskins BSc. Molly is a fully qualified Soft Tissue Therapist. Soft Tissue Therapy aims to treat clients who are struggling with injury recovery, restricted mobility & any musculoskeletal pain or dysfunction. The injust may have resulted from sports or exercise or simply life’s everyday stresses. Learn more about Soft Tissue Therapy > what is it and how it works.

Locations around Norfolk

For client convenience Molly currently operates from two locations in North Norfolk.

  • The Drift Complementary Health Centre,12 Station Rd, Heacham, PE31 7EX
  • Elements at the Manor, The Old Chapel, Little Massingham, PE32 2JU

Please contact Molly directly to book at an appointment at the most convenient location

Call now to discuss your treatment

Call Molly on 01485 493108 to make an appointment and start your recovery today.

Common Injuries Treated

Sprained Ankle

Sprained Ankle - treatment by Soft Tissue Therapy

A first-degree ankle sprain is where the ligament’s fibres have experienced a minor partial tear or have just been overstretched. The joint should also retain most of its stability with little swelling around the injured joint.

A second-degree ankle sprain would mean that the ligament has more severely partially teared, swelling bruising and moderate pain would …

Plantar Faciitis

Plantar Fasciitis treatment of heel pain by Soft Tissue Therapist

Plantar fasciitis involves inflammation of the plantar fascia (connective tissue), which is a tough fibrous band of connective tissue.

This pain may get worse when standing still on it for a long duration, first thing in the morning or after periods of inactivity. It may feel better after light activity, such as a light walking but worse with more vigorous exercise ….

Achilles Tendonitis

Click for more information on Achilles Tendonitis - diagnosis and treatment

Tendonitis refers to inflammation of a tendon, in this case the Achilles. Other tendons within the body most commonly susceptible to tendonitis are the rotator cuff, wrist extensors, wrist flexors and patella tendon.

Achilles Tendon injury can take place after experiencing overuse or sudden stress/intense strain ….

Could not recommend Molly enough! After 9 treatments following hip flexor injury from running, the difference after just two treatments was amazing. Not only did Molly help me through my recovery, she also taught me remedial techniques to prevent future sporting injury

CHLOE SARSBY

Molly is a very diligent and attentive therapist. Her diagnosis process was very thorough and treatment was comprehensive. After just a few sessions I was very happy with the result and with the plan I was provided with for prevention. I thoroughly commend Molly for her treatment skills and care with patients.

Paul Coleman

Molly was amazing. I had a really bad back and shoulder from work which built up a lot of tension, then i went to see Molly a few times and She really helped. She used a technique called soft tissue release and neuromuscular technique. It is now back to normal. She even sent me exercises and stretches to help me out. Would highly recommend!

PAIGE TAYLOR

Following a severe ankle sprain several months ago I neglected to get treatment. This resulted in lack of range of motion and loss of strength. Seeing Molly has remedied my issues and I now have full strength and nearly back to normal range of movement. I would strongly recommend Norfolk Tissue Therapy for the treatment of any sports injury.

louise BARBY

injury rehab

The importance of understanding the cause of these issues and injuries is overlooked and needs addressing. This is incorporated through assessing, treating and providing remedial exercises and advice to help clients return to their sport and everyday activities.

Mobility

Mobility is just as important as flexibility, if not more so. The range of motion at a joint is closley related to injury risk. Therefore, ensuring that a client has the ability to move actively through full range of movement is a crucial factor in injury prevention.

Sport taping

Currently training with Sport Tape. Kinesiology Tape is a great way of helping recovery of injuries and providing support on areas of weakness. It aims to reduce pain during the rehabilitaion stage, improve tissue healing and potentially enhances performace, through injury protection.

start your journey of rehabiliation today