Pilates & Rehab offer sports therapy and sports massage in Greenwich. While you can find our contact details through the menu above, we’ve outlined the important information below. If you have any enquiries or concerns regarding the therapy you need, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

“Sports Therapy is an aspect of healthcare that is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability” (The Society of Sports Therapists)


Sports therapy in Greenwich - Neck tapingSPORTS INJURIES: The musculoskeletal system is an incredibly efficient machine made up of rigid and pliable structures such as bones, tendons, and ligaments. However, every now and again, it may suffer an injury which may impair its function. Also, like any machine, if it is not taken care of, it may lead to the slow development of painful conditions otherwise known as repetitive strain injuries and chronic pathologies. Any of these injuries and conditions suffered by the musculoskeletal system are considered a sports injury.

Common injuries:

Muscle and tendon strains, ligament sprains, joint pain, neck and lower back pain, tendinopathies, bone fractures.

TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION: the most common mistake that we make is thinking that just because the pain has gone that everything is fine and no action is required. In truth the human body has the amazing innate ability to heal itself. What many of us don’t know is that the body tends to compensate or even overcompensate in its efforts to protect the injured site.

Sports therapy uses physical techniques and modalities in order to help the body heal the right way, to return it to a state of equilibrium and control, and to return the injured person to his/her function/s even stronger. Treating an acute injury early can prevent the development of a chronic condition. Treating a chronic injury can prevent a more severe injury or new injuries to other sites that are helping to compensate.

Sports therapy in GreenwichAt Pilates and Rehab we also promote the concept of pre-habilitation, which is the prevention of injuries. We do this by identifying weakness and imbalance through observational and functional tests (functional movement screening). We then create prevention strategies through correct exercise and advice, incorporating the Pilates philosophy into our rehabilitation programmes.

Techniques used:

Mobilisations (Maitland and Mulligan techniques)
Sports Massage and kinesiotaping
Hot/Cold Treatments
Rehabilitation Specific Exercises (inc. Pilates)


Sports Massage can be used as a one of many techniques to treat injuries, but can also be used on its own to aid recovery and restore muscular equilibrium. Massage can help to break down adhesions, de-tone muscles, improve circulation, recover from and prepare for athletic competition, and provide a general sense of relaxation and well-being.

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I suffered from lower back pain on and off for about five years. Michael treated my pain, but also explained to me that it was only with strengthening through correct exercise that I would be able to have long term results. He introduced me to the concept of Pilates and started me off with the basics. I am now pain free!Alexia F.

I have dislocated my shoulder more times than I can remember. I once sneezed and it popped out. After the arthroscopy I spent five months with Mike doing intensive rehab work and I now feel that I can punch through a wall. Top dog – George F.



Thank you to everyone who came to our 2016, 2017 and 2018 retreats and helped to make them such special experiences!

We are very excited to announce that we will be running TWO RETREATS IN 2019:

Italy, 4-10 June 2019: more info here

Cyprus, 22-28 September 2019: more info here


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THU 6pm

-Do you suffer from back pain?
-Are you a complete beginner to Pilates?

These classes are suitable for people with generic back pain, but also those with specific pathologies such as sciatica, disc problems, SIJ pain and arthritis. The classes will also cater for beginners to Pilates who want a strong foundation, from which to eventually move on to Level 1 classes.