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Improve your movement and rehab your injuries with

Mitchell Fitness Therapy


Suffering from a long term illness or injury

Try our Sports Massage and Exercise Therapy

We offer a wide range of sessions and techniques to help

From rehabilitation of injuries short and long term we can help with relieving the pain, getting the movement back and ultimatly getting the muscles working correctly again so they are as good as new 

We also work with a range of clients who want PT but have a pre-existing issue and it scares them to train with, but our qualified coaches can help with this using their expertise in both PT and Sports Therapy to bring the client Exercise Therapy 

Have you a long term issue or illness we can help with Exercise Therapy making the training personal to the client and their goals which could be include pain relief, extra movement and long term solutions to the issue we have experience with a wide range of clients Including car accidents, Cerebral Palsy, Crohn's Disease, Spinal Injuries and Fibromyalgia 


Some of our techniques include

-Sports Massage Therapy

-Muscle Energy Techniques

-Soft Tissue Release

-Strength Training 

-Banded Work 

-Trigger Point Release 

-Dry Cupping 

-Electric Needling 

-Percussion Massage  

-Facia Release 


Check Out Our Testimonials

What People Are Saying about our Therapy


Knee Issue

I came in with knee injury after keyhole surgery and was told what the problem was which I didn’t expect was the issue and you did a deep tissue massage below and above the knee on my muscles and then went on to help me strengthen my knee back to health and playing football, while working on my knee we talked about PT and now I do my PT sessions with Liam



Shoulder Issue on strongman

Shoulder is near as damn it right now after an hour with Liam Ashley Mitchell. I can highly recommend him for any sporting injuries or niggles etc, and I will definitely use him again.
I was going to another osteopath who was basically doing nothing other than stick me on a tens machine and charging £38 for f**k all!



Car Accident 

This client was sadly hit by a car 18 years previously and was then restricted to a wheelchair although he could stand using an aid to transport himself from his chair walking was an issue, after 12 months of hard work and rehabilitation exercises we was able to get the client walking and as seen in this picture was able to free stand 

Client X (happy to share experience wouldn't like to be identified)

Injury advise

Let us help you recover

find our news articles on recovery below if your struggling to find the help you need please contact us

Do you foam roll?
Great way to relieve tension in muscles and improve restrictions causing issues in mobility
Next time you do spend at least 2 minutes rolling each muscle it may take longer but you will get greater results, it is said to take 90-120 seconds for a muscle to respond to the rolling (more info in the journal : Foam rolling as a recovery tool after an intense but of physical activity, Graham, Mcdonald, Duane, Button, Eric, Drinkwater and Behm)

Have you a broken bone? Here is a quick tip I used when I broke a bone in my foot and was told it would take 6 weeks to walk properly again (it took me 2) 
3 times a day I took a calcium and Vitamin D supplement 
Calcium- is needed in the bones to help the new growth process. Green vegetables are high in this but it would take allot, so supplementation is better in this instance (due to high need), milk has calcium but too much, it isn’t absorbed correctly and can also remove the build up already there (like building a Lego house and some1 stealing your bricks), Fish is also a good source of Calcium.

Vitamin D- again being in England supplementation is the best way when dealing with a broken bone. Calcium can’t work on its own it needs vitamin D to do the hard work (like trying to stick something together without glue)
In terms of dosing everyone is different I used 1000mg calcium and 20mcg vitamin d3x a day 
Bear in mind the recommended daily allowance is 800mg and 5mcg and optimum (as by Holford) 1000mg and 30mcg and that’s with no broken bone.

Also remember the muscles while recovering they need fats and proteins to build and repair, keep the carbs low if you’re inactive due to the break just to maintain weight.

Look at your movements after a break or get them analysed, are the muscles now firing correctly? When I’m working with clients on injuries sometimes the cause is an injury from years ago causing a bad movement pattern.

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