Appointment times at Berkhamsted are:
Tuesday 8am - 8pm
Wednesday 8am - 8pm
Thursday 8am - 8pm
To book call Laura on 07946 750 265
At the Berkhamsted Clinic LD Sports Therapy offers the following
massage can be used to
help those with stress or injuries but is also used by many to relax and
unwind. Its deep techniques are different to those of therapeutic
it has many benefits:
- Improve circulation
- Assist in the removal of metabolic waste
or stimulate nerve endings
- Increase or decrease muscle tone
or decrease muscle length
- Remodel scar tissue when required
in mental preparation for sporting participation
first appointment a
medical history will be taken to ensure you are suitable to receive a
massage. There may also be an assessment of your joint and muscle
before the massage begins.
30 mins £35
60 mins £45
appropriate for those with new injuries or chronic injuries. This
sports massage as it may utilise other techniques such as ultrasound, dry needling, taping techniques, strengthening
exercises, stretching and flexibility, proprioceptive exercises and
A 60 minute session is required
fully assess the
injury and to diagnose the problem. Following this, treatment and
rehabilitation can begin. Home exercises will usually be prescribed to
your healing time and reduce the amount of sessions you need with Laura.
60 mins £45
Location and Parking
LD Sports Therapy is based in Berkhamsted Osteopaths
High Street, Berkhamsted, Herts, HP4 2DG.
Directions By Car
- For Sat Nav
DO NOT use the postcode, enter Rectory Lane, Berkhamsted.
- From M25
Exit Junc 20, follow A41 until 2nd
exit (signposted Berkhamsted).
through Bourne End Village and into Berkhamsted.
The Practice is situated on the left shortly after the
mini roundabout (‘A’ board on pavement).
Free on-site parking in Rectory Lane, which is a narrow
immediately after 109’s door, on the left. We have 5 spaces in the
second bay in front of the wire fence.
- From Tring
Follow old A41 from Tring to Berkhamsted.
Drive into Berkhamsted town over the main crossroad
lights at police station.
large St. Peters church on left the practice is
situated on the right before the Rex cinema.
Parking is on Rectory Lane which is immediately after
it takes 35 minutes on the
Northampton/Birmingham line with approximately a half hourly service.
It takes 5 minutes to walk to 109. Turn left out from station with canal
on your right. Take first right over canal bridge into Castle Street.
Walk to end of Castle Street. You can see the practice on the opposite
side of the High Street to your left.