Monday - Saturday 9am - 8pm
Sunday - CLOSED
430 Kingstanding Road
Great Barr, Birmingham, B44 9SA


Sports Therapy and Massage in Birmingham

Need help recovering from injury ?
HR Sports therapy should be your first point of call !

Welcome to HR Sports Therapy

Sports Massage & Injury Treatment in Birmingham, West Midlands.

My name is Hafi, I qualified as a clinical sports therapist nearly 20 years ago and have further added to my skills over the years to include, medical acupuncture, cupping therapy, instrument assisted massage, spinal manipulation among other techniques.

My approach to therapy is simple. The method of treatment I use is always client specific with a particular focus on getting rid of pain, restoring function and the prevention of further injury. My goal is to get you out of the clinic as fast as possible whilst arming you with the tools needed to prevent any re occurrence of symptoms. I have dedicated my life to this profession and am grateful to do something that I especially love.

My passion for helping people return to health has led me to the amazing art of Osteopathy which takes a whole-body approach to healing. I am currently in the 4th year of a five year master’s degree program in Osteopathy.

I frequently do CPD courses and constantly refresh my knowledge so as to provide the best possible care to my clients.​​​​​​​

If you have any questions or would like to make an appointment please book online or call: 07412 995401

Treatments offered

  • Sports Therapy - Injury/Pain treatment
  • Sports Massage
  • Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation (IASTM)
  • Cupping Therapy
  • Medical Acupuncture
  • Kinesiology taping
  • Pilates (Coming soon)
I am also studying towards a Masters degree in Osteopathy at The College of Osteopaths

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