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Clinical & Therapeutic Massage 

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Clinical Massage: Deep Tissue Massage: Sports Massage

Clinical Massage Therapist Steven Cockburn

 

Steven Cockburn MSc, MCSP, HCPC is a Qualified Personal Trainer & Massage Therapist with over 11 years of experience working with clients in the city of London before returning home to Edinburgh in late 2020 to complete a 2 years MSc in Physiotherapy at QMU., He qualified early in 2023 as a Chartered Physiotherapist.  Steven uses his skills and experience to help alleviate muscular tension & imbalances to help clients move and feel better.

 

Each treatment is tailored to the client's current requirements from injury prevention massage therapy to overcoming injuries and pain.

 

  • Deep tissue massage

  • Sport Massage

  • Myofascial Release

  • Trigger-point Therapy

  • Strength & conditioning

 

Steven thoroughly enjoy's working with clients to help maintain optimal levels of health & fitness so they can continue with active daily living and reduce stress levels. 

Steven is part of our Specialist MSK Physio team at Therap-Ease too and is available daily for appointments.

Clinical Massage Therapist Hannah Cullen

 

Hannah Cullen DPT, BSc (Hons), MCSP, HCPC 

Hannah enjoys helping to empower individuals through education and movement. Hannah's journey includes a decade of experience as a personal trainer specialising in ante-natal and postnatal training, as well as sports massage therapy. She has since completed her diploma in Pilates with further training in clinical reformer and tower Pilates. 

Graduating with first class honours in Sport and Exercise Rehabilitation from Newcastle, Hannah has experience working with professional and amateur rugby teams. Hannah spent a year working in the NHS in Bristol before pursuing a Doctorate in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Driven by her Pilates teaching in a group and one to one basis, Hannah explored pelvic health physiotherapy, completing a placement in the NHS to understand more about pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain and pelvic floor dysfunction. She has since completed further specialist training and courses, including prolapse management and the Mummy MOT Pelvic Floor Assessment Course in London. 

Hannah is passionate about supporting individuals throughout their pregnancy or postnatal journey, as well as those with pelvic floor dysfunction or pelvic pain. She is also a member of the POGP (Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy). 

Hannah worked in Therap-Ease as a receptionist and massage therapist at the start of her undergraduate journey so is delighted to return to the clinic.

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