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Denise Thomas Therapy

10 Knolles Drive, Stanford in the Vale, SN7 8FD - Pain & Injury Clinic

Denise Thomas Therapy 


BmM® Practitioner, Sports Therapy, Pain Management, Clinical Massage, Holistic Therapies, Ultrasound, Shockwave Therapy.


Same day fees apply!  Please transfer 24 hours prior to your session.  

Covid -19 safer practice!  Please bring your own bath or beach towels for extra hygiene. 

£75 - 1 Hour clinical massage therapy for pain, injury and maintenance.

Clinical remedial sports massage/therapy fusion session combining techniques from the Bodymaster Method, Sports Therapy and Holistic Therapies adapted to your own specific needs. Dry work through the towel may also be used along with mechanical massage.  Highly recommended for multiple or chronic aches and pains, recurring injuries, or a body that has played hard, worked hard, been damaged, and one that requires optimal body synergy and suppleness.

£80 - Acupuncture/therapy combination.  I am trained in acupuncture for sports injuries, not TCM.

£140 - 2 Hour double therapy session. 

Extended therapy sessions are ideal if you have numerous areas of pain or concern.

Sometimes if there are multiple areas of pain, have a complex history and a longer session is required/desired.  Excellent value as only an extra £25

What's new?

£140 - SHOCKWAVE THERAPY & CLINICAL MASSAGE to treat injuries and chronic pain.

£500 - a pre-paid course of 5 sessions given 2 weeks a part. Recommended for chronic areas of calcification, chronic pain and injuries not responding to other variants of therapy.

What is shockwave therapy used for?

Shockwave therapy is useful in chronic conditions when other therapies may have failed to get the desired response, such as:

  • Calcific tendinopathy/shoulder
  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Greater trochanteric pain syndrome 
  • Patella tendinopathy
  • Achilles tendinopathy
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Delayed or non-union fractures
  • Osteoarthritis

How does shockwave therapy work?

Shockwave therapy uses a specialist non invasive device to deliver acoustic energy through the skin to the injured part of the body via a projectile fired by compressed air. The resulting audible shockwaves are mechanical, not electrical. 

These shockwaves help to desensitise nerve endings to reduce pain and cause controlled micro-trauma (microscopic damage) to the tissues which encourages the body to respond by increasing blood circulation and metabolism in the affected area stimulating the responses for repair and regeneration to bone, tendons and other areas of soft tissue in both the short and long term.  Stimulation of bone repair and improved tendon gliding are just some of the benefits.

The shockwaves can also be used to breakdown disorganised tissue and calcifications.

I prefer to offer a combination therapy session because i can use METs to further compliment shockwave and a course of 3 - 6 sessions is recommended.  

SHOCKWAVE machines are very expensive and the heads of the wand need to be replaced regularly after so many shocks, which is reflected in the cost of treatments.  In some areas you can pay £100s of pounds for a single session.


  • Patients must be 14 and over, or accompanied by an adult. 
  • Failure to turn up for your booking will incur a charge unless 24 hours notice has been given.
  • It is important to arrive and finish on time to allow cleaning and ventilation in between clients. 
  • All appointments include consultation, note taking and feedback from previous treatment.