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The Marlow CLub, Fieldhouse Lane, Marlow, SL7 1LUUK

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Opening hours

Monday08:00 - 21:00
Tuesday08:00 - 21:00
Wednesday08:00 - 21:00
Thursday08:00 - 21:00
Friday08:00 - 21:00
Saturday09:00 - 13:00
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Deep Tissue Massage
Sports Massage
Myofascial Release
Neck and Shoulder Massage
NMT - Neuromuscular Therapy
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy
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Everyday activity can cause overuse, misuse or disuse problems with your muscles and joints. As a self protection mechanism against seriousdamage muscles often go into semi permanent spasms.  These are the ‘niggly’aches that can occur in your shoulders, back or hips.

Bad posture, poor technique in sports, sitting for long periods of time or bouts of activity that your body is not used to can all cause injury & pain.  Recurrent mild stiffness in the lower back or ‘sciatica’ type pain first thing in the morning is a symptom of a build up of ‘knots’ around the hips and lower back.  Starting a new exercise routine or stepping up the training creates tension in muscles which can develop into imbalances and musculo-skeletal injuries. 

Common sporting injuries and chronic musculo-skeletal injuries are treated using various hands-on techniques and exercises specifically designed to help repair damage and strengthen and re-establish correct movement patterns.  Using knowledge of anatomy, neurology, biomechanics & exercise physiology the focus of treatment may not just be on the site of pain, but also on the movement (or lack of) in everyday life that causes or exaggerates the problem.

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  • FHT - Federation of Holistic Therapists (UK) 
  • SMA - Sports Massage Association (UK) 
  • SST - Society of Sports Therapists (UK) 


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Clinic services

Open weekends

Massage Therapy


Deep Tissue Massage

Using various techniques any muscle in the body can be treated.  Does not normally have to be painful


Neck and Shoulder Massage

Special techniques are used to relieve pain and free-up neck and shoulders


NMT - Neuromuscular Therapy

If needed, various techniques stimulate the nervous system to enhance treatment and after effects.


Sports Massage

Use sports massage as a pre or post event treatment



STT - Soft Tissue Therapy

As a Sports Therapist I use various STT techniques to restore function



Myofascial Release

Direct & indirect techniques.  Powerful treatment for relief of pain.

MARK SKOYLES - Sports Therapy

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Mr Mark Skoyles

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
  Exercise Medicine, Massage Therapy, Sport and Exercise Science

Mark is a graduate Sports Therapist who has been practicing since 1999. He has a honours degree in Sports Therapy and has trained with leading US & UK doctors, osteopaths, physiotherapists and bodywork therapists innumerous sports, deep tissue and remedial soft tissue treatments.  Techniques used in a typical treatment could include Joint Mobilisations, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Technique and sports massage.  Treating the cause (not just symptoms) of injury is the focus of a session with Mark, using knowledge and experience of exercise physiology, biomechanics and musculoskeletal pathology; a hands-on,individually tailored approach is used to get you back to full fitness.

A member of the Council of Health, Fitness & Sports Therapists, The Sports Therapy Organisation and The Sports Massage Association, he is also a certified Pilates Instructor.  He has worked in semi-professional football, treating injured players,for the past 12 years.  Mark has helped people from all works of life: international rowers, triathletes, lacrosse and rugby players to 75 year olds with chronic back problems.  Worked as an official volunteer in the medical teams of London 2012 Olympics, 2010 Lacrosse World Championships and 2005 World Rowing Championships.   A keen runner, he has completed several half-marathons and his first marathon in 2010.

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The Marlow CLub, Fieldhouse Lane, Marlow, SL7 1LUUK

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