Worthing Deep Tissue Massage Therapy For Back Neck & Joint Pain Relief Launched

The popular Hounsun Therapy clinic, available for appointments at 019032 17066, is offering deep tissue massage therapy for those in Worthing who struggle with back pain and shoulder stiffness.

Worthing, United Kingdom - April 16, 2018 /PressCable/ —

The popular Hounsun Therapy announced it is offering those around Worthing, in West Sussex, who suffer with back and neck pain, shoulder stiffness and joint or spine issues a range of therapeutic deep tissue massage services.

More information is available at https://hounsuntherapy.com/massage-therapy.

The Hounsun Therapy is a trusted holistic therapy clinic committed to helping men and women around Worthing, in West Sussex, find relief for their pain, rehab physical injuries and enjoy sustainable, long term wellness.

For patients around Worthing who suffer with back and neck pains, shoulder stiffness and joint or spine issues, the clinic announced is now able to offer a range of therapeutic deep tissue massage services.

These therapeutic massages use deep, gliding pressure and slow strokes to release knots and muscle tension, reduce the aches, pain and stiffness in the affected area and foster the body’s own healing process.

Delivered by trained pros who believe in holistic, whole body treatment, the massages focus on the specific pain or ailment at hand but also work on the entire structure of the body to release accumulated stress, restore some balance and leave the client with a renewed sense of wellbeing.

They are all performed in the clean, comfy therapy rooms of its practice at 84-86 Chapel Road, and backed by the uniquely friendly, personable and welcoming approach of all the therapists and staff.

For those who require further assistance, the massages can paired with its coveted physiotherapy services, its needleless acupuncture, its popular reflexology and reiki treatments and the variety of TIENS products they supply to help restore the harmonious balance of the body.

The team at Hounsun Therapy explains “we are a holistic therapy clinic entirely committed to offering the best service, treatment and products at the best prices, as we always give priority to our client’s health and well-being, over profit.”

To book an appointment with the Hounsun Therapy clinic and find out about the deep tissue massage or physiotherapy services they can offer in Worthing, the public can call 019032 17066, or see their website at the link provided above.

Contact Info:
Name: Judy
Email: contact@hounsuntherapy.com
Organization: Hounsun Therapy
Address: 84-86 Chapel Rd, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 1BN, United Kingdom
Phone: +44-1903-217066

For more information, please visit https://www.hounsuntherapy.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 331676

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