A new chartered physiotherapist has joined Pastural Health Ltd to add her skills and experience to the team.
Paula Prusek will now be based at WLTSC throughout Wednesdays and on Monday and Friday mornings, adding to the specialist skills of the company run by Patrick and Claire Hyde.
Former masseur Louise Archer has moved to Cornwall and will no longer be available at WLTSC, but a new therapist – Olivia Wootton – will now be based at the club on Saturday afternoons and Sunday mornings.
“We thank Louise for all of her work and wish her all the best in the future, and are delighted to welcome Paula and Olivia to the team,” said Patrick, who continues to work at WLTSC on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
“Paula is an experienced physiotherapist with lots of experience working with professional and amateur athletes but also provides therapeutic ‘cupping’ and sports massage.
“The ‘cupping’ treatment is a very popular method based on suction and can be used to relieve tension in the muscles and tendons, alleviate a variety of conditions and promote healing.
“It is used by many top sports stars, including the likes of Michael Phelps and Serena Williams, and Paula has already been receiving some fantastic feedback from members.
“Olivia is training as a sports therapist but is fully qualified as a sports masseur, and will be working alongside the physiotherapy team providing sports massage to enhance our treatment programmes.
“Her availability over weekends means that Postural Health can now offer therapy to club members and non-members for seven days a week at WLTSC.”’
Paula’s diary can be accessed by the club reception (01902 755265) or by calling (01902) 581123.
Postural Health are continuing to support WLTSC by offering members a discount on the normal prices for physiotherapy treatment.
A 30-minute session costs £30 for members, an hour session costs £50, and a 30-minute sports massage is available at the introductory price of £15.
*Postural Health also sponsored Sunday’s Coaches Cup competition, organised by Simon Bird, Amber Fellows and Tom Welsh, which saw 16 youngsters enjoy some fun competition in both singles and doubles.