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Sustain Sports & Remedial Therapy

Sustain Sports & Remedial Therapy

Show Phone Number1 Twickenham Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR6 6NGUK
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Opening Hours

Tuesday10:00 - 20:00
Friday10:00 - 20:00
Prices from £10 - Enquire for a fast quote from Sustain Sports & Remedial Therapy.

Popular Treatments

Sports Massage £10 - £40
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy £10 - £40
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About Sustain Sports & Remedial Therapy

Sustain Sports and Remedial Therapy is run by Katy Fagge:

  • BSc (Hons) Human Physiology

  • Level 4 Diploma - Sports Massage Therapy

  • Level 4 Member - Sports Massage Association

  • Member - Sports Therapy Association

  • Registered with Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council

  • Certified Rock Doc - Rocktape

  • A keen athlete for many years, I first discovered the benefits of soft tissue therapy after sustaining a knee injury whilst competing in the Triple Jump at the National AAA Championships. This left me unable to compete and in great pain for months. Fortunately, a combination of medical care and soft tissue therapy helped to get me back to full fitness, giving me the desire to help others to be free from pain and discomfort.

    In addition to my clinic at Highball, I am the soft tissue therapist for the British Bobsleigh and Skeleton Association. Here, surrounded by coaches and specialists from other sports medicine disciplines, I ensure that my learning continues on a daily basis.

    I have worked as a soft tissue therapist at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games; the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games; and will be at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

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  • CNHC - Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (UK) 
  • SMA - Sports Massage Association (UK) 


Massage Therapy



Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

Massage Therapy

£10 - £40
Sports Massage

has a number of benefits including the prevention of injury, restoration of mobility to muscle tissue, improvement in performance, and maintenance of muscular condition; thus extending the duration of your athletic career.


Sports massage is a simple, commonly used form of therapy. The effects include improved circulation of the blood and lymph, dispersal of scar tissue, pain relief, muscle relaxation, and the reduction of anxiety.


£10 - £40
Dry Needling

Acupuncture needles are used to target trigger points - often described as ‘knots’ - of a problem muscle which contribute to pain and dysfunction. Needles are inserted directly into the trigger point, which jump-starts the local nerve system, releases the knot, and increases the blood flow to the area. Dry needling is of particular benefit in treating deep muscle tissue that is more difficult to manage with sports massage.

Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping

can help prevent injury, prevent reoccurence of injury when returning to sport, and provide compression and support to an injured joint. The role of tape is to prevent excess or abnormal movement, and provide support to the muscles surrounding the joint that may be under additional strain.

Kinesiology Taping is used to relax overused muscles and stimulate underused muscles. The tape has a lifting effect on the skin, which can reduce swelling and inflammation by improving circulation, and give pain relief by reducing the pressure on local pain receptors. The elastic properties can also be used to limit or encourage specific motion at a joint.

£10 - £40
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy
Ultrasound Therapy
uses high-frequency sound waves to reduce the healing time of certain soft tissue injuries. Ultrasound stimulates the production of collagen - the main protein component in tendons and ligaments – thus accelerating healing. It can also have a positive effect on the fibrous scar tissue which can form after an injury.


£10 - £40
Spinal Manipulation

is a high-impact manual therapy designed to restore joint function, power, and range of motion. The treatment is often coupled with muscle energy techniques: gentle stretches to relax and lengthen muscles and normalise joint motion. This treatment is very effective for functional disorders of the pelvis, sacroiliac joint, lumbar and thoracic spine.

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Mrs Katy Fagge

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
  English, French
  • BSc (Hons) Human Physiology

  • Level 4 Diploma - Sports Massage Therapy

  • Level 4 Member - Sports Massage Association

  • Member - Sports Therapy Association

  • Registered with Complementary & Natural Healthcare Councl

  • Certified Rock Doc - Rocktape

Show Phone Number1 Twickenham Road, Norwich, Norfolk, NR6 6NGUK