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Peak Movement

Personal TrainerSports Injury Clinics

Peak Movement

  Millbrook House
High street
Milton
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
OX14 4EL

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 Cancer massage and palliative care, sports massage, scar massage, personal training

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Soft tissue and scar therapist - specialist in oncology, injury and surgery recovery Services offered:
- Advanced soft tissue therapy (sport and remedial massage)
- Oncology massage and cancer palliative care
- Scar massage and healing management
- Remedial personal training
Amy Peak MSMA brings her specialism and experience to provide thoughtful, knowledgeable and intuitive care and support for the body and mind. First and foremost, I love understanding how the human body adapts and recovers, and there are two things that fascinate me most. First: the concept that pain can be alleviated more effectively by taking a wider approach, addressing the body as a whole has a far greater and more positive outcome than a specific and local approach. This includes focusing on how someone moves, how they sleep, their nutrition, and not forgetting the vital importance of their mental wellness. Second: How we adapt to change; the plasticity of our physical and mental health, and how we can harness this to thrive through adversity. When I work with my therapy clients, in-person and online, who are recovering from cancer, surgery or injury, it is more than just a massage treatment or mobility session. I take my experience and knowledge to help guide you along your recovery journey.

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