About Us

Ilona Bojaczuk – Registered Physiotherapist (HCPC – PH103638), Master Degree in Physiotherapy with experience in a Neurological and MSK Rehabilitation.

Michael Bojaczuk – Qualified Massage Therapist, Bachelor Degree at Physical Education Academy with experience in the Sports & Injury Therapy.

Physical and psychological fatigue, daily worries, constant stress and faster pace of life makes us feel overworked and irritable. A good Massage and Physiotherapy will help you calm your mind and soothe your body after a hard day, as well as gain energy for everyday functioning. Massage and Physiotherapy service in our private room will help you live in harmony with your body.

We always keep our offers and ranges of services at the highest level.

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Massages

Upper and Lower Back Massage

Full Body Massage

Full body massage is delivered to improve the flow of blood and lymph (fluid in
lymph glands, part of immune system), to reduce muscular tension or flaccidity, to
affect the nervous system through stimulation or sedation, and to enhance tissue
healing. Therapeutic massage may be recommended for children and adults to
deliver benefits such as the following:

  • reducing muscle tension and stiffness
  • relieving muscle spasms
  • increasing joint and limb flexibility and range of motion
  • increasing ease and efficiency of movement
  • relieving points of tension and overall stress; inducing relaxation
  • promoting deeper and easier breathing
  • improving blood circulation and movement of lymph
  • relieving tension-related headaches and eyestrain
  • promoting faster healing of soft tissue injuries, such as pulled muscles and sprained ligaments
  • reducing pain and swelling related to injuries
  • reducing the formation of scar tissue following soft tissue injuries
  • enhancing health and nourishment of skin
  • improving posture by changing tension patterns that affect posture
  • reducing emotional or physical stress and reducing anxiety
  • promoting feelings of well-being
  • increasing awareness of the mind-body connection and improving mental awareness and alertness generally

Duration: up to 90 min

Back/Neck/Shoulders Massage

The Back Neck Shoulder Massage is one of the most popular massages for
both men and women looking to relieve back and muscle tension which has
been built up and exacerbated by the stress of modern day living. It is
especially good for people who spend long periods of time sitting at a
computer or at a desk; or for those who suffer regular tension headaches.

The objective of the treatment is to provide a thoroughly relaxing holistic
treatment which helps the body heal itself and at the same time increase
the feeling of health and well-being.

This is a deeply relaxing treatment which is excellent for relieving stress,
relaxing taut muscles and increasing flexibility, improving circulation and
posture. It can help relieve headaches bought on by tension and reduce
feelings of depression.

The Back Neck Shoulder Massage generally lasts for 30 minutes

Benefits of a Back Neck and Shoulder Massage:

  • Soothes away stress and tension
  • Promotes relaxation and re-energises the mind and body
  • Improves upper body suppleness and flexibility
  • Improves muscle tone
  • Provides a sense of calmness, peace and tranquillity
  • Releases anxiety, stress and mental strain
  • Helps with depression
  • Promotes the body’s own healing mechanisms

Couple Massage

Duration: up to 70 min

Full Body Sports Massage

Lymphatic Drainage Massage

It is worth a try!!

Cupping

Massage cupping has been around for the last 5000 years. It’s used by acupuncturists and massage therapists to treat disorders ranging from frozen shoulder to the common cold with great results.

In the case of cellulite, just like the famous endermologie, we use cups to create suction and roll and lift the tissue to loosen connective tissue adhesions and drain excess fluids and toxins out of the body. Ironing out the bumps makes the skin look better right away and also reduces further accumulations.

As toxins and fluid are drained out, fresh blood and oxygen flood the tissue, providing nutrients and collagen to strengthen the skin and smooth out the foundation over which fat cells lie.

The rolling motion breaks up the fat cell clusters, allowing blood to flow freely and thus making this fat available as fuel. This explains why even slim women can have cellulite: once a cluster is formed, it becomes hard to access by the body and it is unlikely to be used as fuel, hence staying in place for years.

By promoting movement and lifting and rolling the tissue, this treatment helps slim out the cellulitic areas by allowing the fat deposits to be burnt during exercise and daily activities.

Duration : up to 45 min



Physiotherapy Treatments

Physiotherapy Assessment

Physiotherapy is a highly credible healthcare profession which sees human movement and physical function as central to health and well-being.

The primary focus of physiotherapy is to assess and diagnose the problem, then plan and administer treatment programs that aim to restore function or minimise dysfunction after disease or injury.

The core skills used by physiotherapists include manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, electrotherapy, advice and teaching to facilitate recovery and help people reach their maximum physical potential. At The World of Massage and Physiotherapy we will select the appropriate physiotherapy treatment depending on your condition and functional goals.

We are happy to assess and treat anyone with a musculoskeletal (eg joint, muscle , nerve or ligament) problem. Common things we treat include:

  • acute back pain including sciatica and disc problems
  • chronic back pain
  • neck pain, including whiplash
  • headaches
  • shoulder pain
  • elbow pain
  • wrist pain
  • repetitive strain injuries
  • injuries post trauma, including fractures
  • post orthopaedic operations (spinal, shoulder and knee surgery, joint replacements)
  • post spinal surgery
  • sacroiliac joint pain
  • hip pain
  • knee pain
  • ankle pain
  • rheumatological conditions (AS, RA etc)
  • haemophilia related musculoskeletal problems
  • sports injuries
  • work related injuries
  • sprains and strains / soft tissue injuries
  • paediatric orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions

If you have a problem which is not listed here, and wonder whether we may be able to help, please do not hesitate in contacting us to discuss this further.

The World of Massage and Physiotherapy

Laser

What is laser therapy?

L.A.S.E.R stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Laser Therapy involves applying low intensity laser light to relieve pain following damage to soft tissue. Laser therapy facilitates tissue repair and restores normal cell function.

Low level therapy involves using an infra-red spectrum which penetrates the skin and stimulates the cells within muscles, tendons or ligaments, promoting healing.

The method of application will depend on your presenting condition. A treatment head or probe is usually applied directly to the tissue being treated. The amount of energy exposed to the tissue is controlled by the physiotherapist.

When we use it?

Laser therapy can be used to treat:

  • Soft tissue and sports injuries such as muscle strains and ligament strains.
  • Repetitive stress injuries such as tendinitis, bursitis and carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Arthritic conditions such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
  • Tissue repair and wound healing such as burns and ulcers.
  • Regeneration of nerves e.g. the treatment of Bell?s Palsy (paralysis of one side of the face).
  • Temporomandibular Disorder

Benefit of laser therapy

  • Laser therapy can be used for a wide range of conditions and will help reduce pain and inflammation following injury. The following benefits may include:
  • Stimulation of wound healing in various types of open wounds
  • Treatment of various arthritic conditions
  • Treatment of soft tissue injuries
  • Pain relief
  • It is also a safe alternative to pain medication and can reduce healing time.

The physiotherapist at The World of Massage and Physiotherapy may use laser therapy to treat your condition. For more information or to book an assessment please call 07450504081. You can also book in for assessments online today!

Electrotherapy

Electrotherapy is the application of an electric current to the affected area of the body to accelerate healing and reduce swelling and pain.

Electrotherapy is used by our experienced physiotherapist at The World of Massage and Physiotherapy to treat a variety of conditions. The type of electrotherapy you receive at The World of Massage and Physiotherapy will depend on your individual injury and the stage of healing.

At The World of Massage and Physiotherapy, electrotherapy is combined with other treatment techniques such as manual therapy and exercise for the best possible results.

If you would like more information on electrotherapy, or to book an appointment please call The World of Massage and Physiotherapy today on 07450504081. Or alternatively, make your appointment online.

At The Worldof Massage and Physiotherapy, we use different types of electrotherapy including:

  • Electrical Muscular Stimulation (EMS)
  • Interferential
  • Fuctional Electrical or Neuromuscular Stimulation (FES)
  • T.E.N.S
  • Low Intensity Pulsed Ultrasound (LIPUS)
  • Pulsed Shortwave Diathermy (PSWD)

Ultrasound

What is ultrasound?

Ultrasound promotes healing and reduces inflammation at a cellular level. An ultrasound machine creates mechanical sound waves that produce energy, which when they enter the skin cause micro vibrations in the cells improving tissue healing and reducing pain.

During ultrasound treatment an ultrasound head is placed onto the affected area using specialised gel, which ensures maximum contact between the head and the skin, and slowly moved. Ultrasound is a painless treatment used to promote the healing process following an acute injury or a chronic condition. Ultrasound is commonly used to treat soft tissue problems such as ligament sprains or muscle tears.

When we use ultrasound?

Ultrasound is used for acute and chronic conditions.

Ultrasound uses different frequencies depending on the depth of the tissue and can be pulsed or continuous depending on the type of injury or condition.

Acute Injuries

When a person suffers from an injury, joints or soft tissue may become swollen and painful. Ultrasound will speed up the rate of healing, enhance the quality of repair and increase the strength of the soft tissue. For an acute injury ultrasound may be pulsed with a low intensity.

Ultrasound can also improve the way collagen is laid down when tissue is trying to repair itself and therefore increase strength and enhance scar mobility.

Chronic Injuries

Ultrasound for chronic conditions will increase blood flow to the affected area and kick start the healing process and decrease pain. Ultrasound may be used in a continuous mode to create this effect.

Benefits of ultrasound

Ultrasound treatment can be used for a wide range of conditions and will help:
  • Promote tissue healing
  • Improve quality of repair
  • Decrease pain
  • Ligaments, tendons, fascia, joint capsules and scar tissue contain large amounts of collagen and therefore absorb the ultrasound better and benefit from this type of treatment.

The physiotherapist at The World of Massage and Physiotherapy may use ultrasound to treat your condition. For more information or to book an assessment please call 07450504081. You can also book an assessment or appointment with The World of Massage and Physiotherapy online today!

Magnetotherapy

Sollux

Floss Band Therapy

Kinesiology taping

What is Kinesiology taping?

Taping or strapping is a technique used by physiotherapists for injury prevention or rehabilitation. The specialist physiotherapist at The World of Massage and Physiotherapy is fully trained in how to apply effective taping depending on your goals of treatment. The physiotherapist can also teach you how to apply the tape yourself so you can continue to experience the benefit.

What are the benefits of taping?

The benefits of taping will depend on your injury. Your physiotherapists will aim to encourage some of the following benefits:

  • Protection of injured soft tissue structures (ligaments, tendons, fascia)
  • Injury prevention
  • Encourage normal movement
  • Quicker return to sport or work
  • Pain reduction
  • Improves the stability of a joint
  • Reduces the risk of re-injury
  • Reduces swelling

Who will benefit from?

At The World of Massage and Physiotherapy we use taping as part of a treatment programme for many injuries and conditions including:

  1. Shoulder injuries
  2. Ankle sprains
  3. Knee pain
  4. Heel pain (plantarfasciitis)
  5. Tendonitis e.g. tennis elbow
  6. Muscle strains e.g. hamstrings, groin, quadriceps
  7. The physiotherapist at The World of Massage and Physiotherapy have succeeded in taping sports people with a variety of injuries to allow them to successfully complete an event from marathons to football finals.

How can taping help me?

Whether you are recovering from an injury or would like to use taping as an injury prevention technique, taping can help you in the following ways:

  • Helps to reduce pain by stimulating movement detectors in the nerve (mechanoreceptors) which stop messages passing via pain receptors (nociceptors)
  • Restrict movements that may cause further damage to an existing injury
  • Facilitate the normal healing process of soft tissues
  • Support and protect the muscles surrounding an injured joint
  • Remove the pressure from an injury
  • Helps to reduce swelling
  • Provide feedback to the area to correct any abnormal movements
  • Provide proprioception (awareness of joints position) to reduce the risk of re injury
  • Improve the coordination of a joint that may be reduced by injury

If you feel like you may benefit from taping in physiotherapy treatment, then please call The World of Massage and Physiotherapy today on 07450504081 today arrange a full assessment. You can also do this online today via our online booking system.

Corrective Gymnastic

Pricing

Treatment Price Time 10 pack price 10 pack time
Upper and Lower Back Massage £50 up to 60 min £450 10 x 60 min
Full Body Massage

incl. Upper and Lower Back + Lymphatic Drainage (legs)

£65 up to 70 min £600 10 x 70 min
Back / Neck / Shoulders Massage £35 up to 35 min £300 10 x 35 min
Couple Massage

incl. Upper and Lower Back + Lymphatic Drainage (legs) for 2 people at the same time

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£120 up to 70 min £1150 10 x 70 min
Full Body Sports Massage

incl. Upper and Lower Back + Lymphatic Drainage (legs)

£65 up to 60 min £600 10 x 60 miLymn
Lymphatic Drainage:

Lymphoedema

Venous Oedema

Lipoedema

Post-injury Therapy

Cellulite Advanced

Regeneration

Prevention & Relaxation

All Chamber Massage

£60 up to 60 min £550 10 x 60 min
Cupping £35 up to 45 min £300 10 x 45 min
Physiotherapy Treatment Price
Physiotherapy Assessment £40
Electrotherapy £15
Laser £15
Ultrasound Therapy £15
Magnetotherapy £15
Sollux £15
Kinesiology Taping £10
Floss Band Therapy £15
Increase Muscles Strength Training (Electrotherapy) £50
Increase Muscles Mass Training (Electrotherapy) £50
Body Shaping Training (Electrotherapy) £50
Lipolysis – Fat Burning (Electrotherapy) £50
Cellulite Treatment (Electrotherapy) £50
Corrective Gymnastic £30

Contact

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