Struggling with an injury? Need a Sports Massage?

seventy9 Sports Therapy is a sports injury and sports massage clinic in the centre of Farnham, helping you get back on the road to fitness, whatever your injury or fitness level!

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What We Can Do For You

Musculoskeletal Injury Assessment & Diagnosis

Assessment and diagnosis of both acute/traumatic and chronic/over-use injuries

Sports Massage

To decrease neuromuscular excitability, thus reducing pain and improving movement tolerance. Can be beneficial during the training recovery phase, or during days immediately pre/post event, or just to help relaxation

Injury Rehabilitation

A mix of skill development, movement re-education, motor pattern control, and strength work post-injury. Home and/or gym-based exercise as applicable to your schedule/daily routine

Prehabilitation Prior to Surgery

Strength development and motor control exercises prior to musculoskeletal surgery with a view to improving post-surgery outcomes and a smoother return to play

Injury Prevention

Based on biomechanical analysis specific to your chosen sport/exercise, as well as your reported performance restrictions, the aims are to reduce future injury risk as well as supporting/improving sport/exercise performance

Joint Mobilisation

Passive movement of skeletal joints with the aim of achieving a therapeutic effect, be that pain reduction or improved quality of movement

Gait Re-Education

Gait re-education is used to treat and work with individuals with conditions affecting their ability to walk and/or run. It would involve a mixture of hands-on therapy and exercise programming to re-educate movement control during both walking and running gait

Mobility Exercise Programming

Drawing up a programme of self massage and mobility exercises specific to your needs and requirements. A mix of home and gym-based exercise as applicable to your schedule/daily routine

You don't have to be an elite athlete to benefit from seeing us.
Why not book an appointment today?

Sadly I only met Ian in the twilight of my professional cycling career, however, since meeting him he has somehow managed to halt the recurrent injuries and niggles I used to suffer. I have finally reached a point on the bike where I can ride powerfully and pain free, now swapping to Ironman and challenging him to improve my running. His broad knowledge base and thorough management technique inspires confidence as long as you invest your own time in following his rehabilitation plans.


Alex Higham
Ex-Pro Cyclist, Current Ironman and Ironman 70.3 Athlete

Since seeing Ian at the start of the year, he has managed to get me back training at full capacity which I never thought was possible since the issues with my back and knee arose. I have seen numerous physio’s and osteopaths and never felt they were really interested in getting me back training and competing the way Ian has. His passion and eagerness to correct and re-train how the body moves is what kept me coming back and I would highly recommend!


Amy Quelch
Personal Trainer & Long Jumper

Ian Wrightson, Sports Therapist, expert in sports therapy and sports massage in Surrey.

Ian Wrightson | Sports Therapist

Ian graduated from London Metropolitan University in 2007 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Sports Therapy. He has been a fully accredited member of the Society of Sports Therapists ever since. Ian has previously worked in the Physiotherapy department at London Scottish Rugby Club, providing assessment and treatment to professional and amateur players with a wide range of injuries, as well as producing and co-ordinating structured rehabilitation programmes in his role as the club’s Rehabilitation Supervisor. He has also provided Sports Therapy and sports massage to riders of the Felt-Colbornes-Hargroves RT, at the time one of the top ranked road cycling teams in the country. Ian has previously worked at the Optimum Fitness sports injury clinic at the Surrey Sports Park, Guildford, where he worked with patients from all walks of life, including many high performance, elite, and professional athletes, including both summer and winter Olympians.

Ian is a keen sportsman, having played county and divisional rugby union, as well as competing in cricket, tennis, hockey and athletics, he has now turned his passion for competition to racing his road bike. Ian is never far from sport, and time off is often spent skiing or cycling, fuelling his passion for adventure.

Struggling with an injury? Why not book an appointment with Ian today?

Claire Benton, Sports Massage Therapist, expert in sports massage in Surrey.

Claire Benton | Sports Massage Therapist

Claire has recently graduated from the University of Worcester with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy. During her final placement year, she worked alongside a number of different sports teams, from student to elite high performance athletes. She is currently working as the Sports Therapist at Camberley Town Football Club, providing treatment and rehab to their senior first team players as well as the club’s youth players.

She has a special interest in working with sports teams, particularly in football, providing immediate pitch side treatment as well as the off-field treatment, rehab and recovery strategies that help patients, regardless of sport and exercise status.

Sustaining an injury can be one of the toughest experiences that an athlete will have. Being involved in a range of different sports throughout the years, Claire knows how challenging injury recovery can be. Because of this, her aim is to get patients back to their pre-injury fitness levels as soon as possible by providing the best treatment and support for them that she can.

Her love for sport, combined with her desire to help people continue doing what they love, is what drove her towards this career. It gives her the opportunity to learn and further develop her skills to become the best therapist possible for our patients at seventy9 Sports Therapy.

Why not book an appointment with Claire for a sports massage in Surrey today?