If you have aches and pains, bumps and bruises, strains and sprains related to your love of riding, you’ve come to the right place!

Gina Groom has 14 years experience treating sports people, horse riders and jockeys and as a horse rider herself, know the unique demands the activity places on the body. She is a member of the Sport Massage Association (SMA) and undertakes over 40 hours CPD a year.

At her practice in Llantwit Major, Gina has been able to successfully help with:

  • Sciatica/faux-sciatica/leg pain
  • Back pain and muscle spasms
  • Frozen shoulder
  • Leg length difference and rotated pelvis
  • Mild scoliosis
  • Bodily asymmetry affecting riding position
  • Post-surgical pain and scar tissue
  • Neck pain and immobility
  • Arm/elbow problems eg tennis elbow (tendonitis)
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Sacro-iliac pain
  • Post-fracture recovery including the care of soft-tissue and rehab
  • Overuse/RSI

She can also offer fitness and core-strength training to help with your weight management and suppleness for horse riding. All treatments are gentle, confidential and arranged around your busy schedule! Ridden assessments are available – to help horse and rider work more harmoniously together.

Gina works alongside your GP, osteopath or chiropractor if necessary to make sure a thorough picture of your health is available and that conditions are managed according to high standards.

‘Get in touch for a chat about how my work can help you with pain management, riding improvement, flexibility or recovery after a fall or problem,’ says Gina. ‘I’m always happy to give my time to explain the benefits of good quality sports massage. I know that riders always put their horses first, so someone needs to be there for them too!’

Non riders, please see my Soft Tissue Therapy website www.ginagroom.com

During the Covid 19 lockdown, where social distancing is vital, I will be unable to offer face to face, hands-on treatments. However I am able to offer remote assessments and advice by video call. Please contact me for more information if you are in pain or have had an injury and would like this alternative approach. Keep safe and my best wishes! Stay at home, protect our NHS.

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