Georgia Burrows BSc (Hons)

Georgia founded Revive Sports Massage in 2017. She is a qualified Sports Therapist who studied Sports Therapy at Coventry University and graduated in 2010. As a Sports therapist, she is able to give advice to sport and exercise participants on how to train and compete safely, as well as treat injuries and assist with rehabilitation.

Georgia specialises in sports massage, tailoring treatments to suit you, whether you need a general rub down, pre/post event treatment or injury advice. She is also qualified in Medical Acupuncture, Spinal Manipulation and Kinesio Taping. Georgia will be on Maternity leave from March 16th 2018.

Jasveer (Jas) Dhaliwal BSc (Hons)

Jasveer graduated from Coventry University with a honours degree in Sports Therapy and went on to work in private practices in the UK.

Jas has previously worked with Basketball and Ice Hockey teams, and is experienced in working with those with disabilities. Jas recently competed in a white collar boxing event to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Jas is able to provide clients with Sports massage, joint mobilisations, ultrasound therapy, k-taping and tailoring rehabilitation and exercise programmes to individual needs.

Aidan Twomey M.Ost

Aidan Twomey is a qualified Osteopath. He is also qualified in sports remedial massage including Instrument Assisted Massage and Kinesio taping. Aidan’s experience has made him confident in treating a range of clients.

On your first appointment, he will take a case history to find out as much information about you and your current health care needs. He will use movement screening and medical testing to make an assessment of how get you on your road to recovery. He may give advice or strength/ conditioning exercises to enhance your recovery process.

Aidan has also worked with professional athletes ranging from some of the best 100m British track stars, premiership/championship footballers and premiership rugby union players.

He also has valuable experience in working with chronic pain issues as he spent two years working in a clinic that specialised in treating people with HIV who experience lifelong musculoskeletal pain.