Sharon Humphrey BSc Dip RM (MSM)
I am a qualified Remedial Massage Therapist through the Midlands School of Massage. I am registered with the National Association of Massage and Manipulative Therapists (NAMMT) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) both for which I do Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and can be viewed on their registers via their websites. I am fully insured through Balens. I am currently studying for the Advanced Diploma in Massage and Manipulative Therapy which is a level 5 course finishing in July 2018.
I have a BSc in Biomedical Science. I am a member of the Health and Care Professions Council and may be viewed on the register www.hpc-uk.org
Prior to working as a massage therapist I worked for the NHS as a health care professional behind the scenes in the laboratories as a Biomedical Scientist. I enjoyed my job for many years but felt the time had come for me to have a change of direction. Working in the caring profession for 35 years I wanted to still help people but have more direct patient contact. Since qualifying as a level 4 Remedial Massage Therapist I have really enjoyed seeing patients, and found helping people very rewarding. It really makes my day when a patient messages or phones me to say how much better they feel following a treatment.
Having studied human anatomy and the way our muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments and nerves all work in harmony to allow our bodies to move, it is easy to see that if any part sustains an injury then the whole body can be affected.
I believe that to keep us mobile, supple, flexible and strong for a long and healthy life, we owe it to ourselves to look after our bodies, which includes seeking help from a health care professional such as myself, to restore harmony when things go wrong.
- Remedial Massage Using remedial treatments and soft and deep tissue massage, muscle spasm can be reduced, pain caused by nerve impingement improved, and overall range of movement and muscle strength increased. ... read more