Pain Care Clinic Welcomes New Therapist

by | Nov 2, 2011 | Practice News | 0 comments

Brighton & Hove, November 2011 – Pain Care Clinic is expanding.

Due to increasing client demand, Pain Care Clinic is expanding its clinic hours in Brighton & Hove, East Sussex to now include Wednesday appointments at the Hove clinic, with new consultant therapist, and myofascial release specialist, Melanie Smith.

Melanie is an ITEC qualified massage therapist with additional advanced training in deep tissue work, myofascial release and pregnancy massage. Before joining Pain Care Clinic Melanie worked as a therapist in a sports centre, dealing with a range of sports injuries, and at RSI clinics, specialising in massage therapy for work-related pain conditions. Melanie has been teaching advanced massage to other therapists since 2006, and has a special interest in massage therapy for digestive disorders.

Pain Care Clinic lead therapist Amanda Oswald says:

‘I’m very excited to have Melanie on board at Pain Care Clinic. I have trained and worked alongside her now for several years and consider Melanie to be one of the most competent and intuitive massage therapists I know.’

Melanie in her own words:

I find massage practice creative and freeing, and I love the way massage is so beneficial to different body systems.’

See Melanie Smith’s full profile.
See Hove clinic location and appointment times.


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