Peak Sports And Spine Centre is a proud provider of Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy in Brisbane.

We have an in-house team of expert soft tissue therapists who work with our dynamic team of practitioners to provide total care, with referral to the appropriate practitioner for further assessment or treatment made if required. Our sports and remedial Brisbane massage therapists utilise techniques that manipulate muscle tissue, helping boost your recovery and rehabilitation after surgery or other injuries.

What is a Sports and Remedial Massage?

A sports massage and a remedial massage are actually two different things.

A sports massage is a form of treatment that considers not just the physiology and anatomy of the human body, but also the physical demands placed upon the body by a sporting activity. It’s a form of massage designed to enhance the body’s condition for peak athletic performance

A remedial massage on the other hand, is focused on repairing muscles and tendons that have been damaged, knotted, or impaired in any way—most cases we see are caused by sporting activities.

Combine both, and you have a holistic form of therapy that’s not only specifically tailored for the modern athlete, but also to the needs of just about anyone with an active lifestyle.

How we can help you

  • Assessment of tight soft tissue and/or injuries
  • Hands on treatment techniques
  • Assistance with injury prevention, rehabilitation and recovery
  • Flexibility and muscle imbalance assessment and treatment
  • Preparation, pre-event, post-event for all sporting participants


  • Reduced pain and tension
  • Improved performance
  • Prevention
  • Drainage
  • Realignment
  • Decreased cortisol “stress hormones”

Who Can Benefit from a Sports and Remedial Massage?

Besides athletes, just about anyone can benefit from our sports and remedial massage in Brisbane. This form of massage yields benefits that are useful to the average person, such as muscle tension relief and reduction of spasms, cramps and pain brought about by the stresses of daily living, training, busy schedules and computer use.


Sessions are typically 45min to 120min. The complexity of your problem will usually determine what our experienced therapists recommend.

In most cases yes. The rebate amount can vary depending on your health fund.

Interesting Fact:

Did you know that massage is one of the oldest forms of manual therapy? It is thought to date back to 2700 BC!