Clinical Massage Leg / Knee / Foot

Clinical Massage for Leg, Knee and Foot Pain

Chronic symptoms of leg, knee and foot conditions successfully treated through the use of advanced clinical massage techniques include:

Upper Leg

  • Hamstring strains, pain and tightness or stiffness felt in the thigh/buttocks down to behind the knee, which can extend to the calves.
  • Tensor Fascia Latae, pain felt in the outer hip joint, which can be felt down to the outer thigh to the knee.
  • Quadriceps Group and thigh muscles. Pain from these muscles can be the source of knee pain whether felt underneath the kneecap or around it. This can be described as ‘toothache’ type pain on the inside border, which can make the knee weak or buckle.
  • Groin Pain, which may extend down inner or mid thigh down to inside of the knee and in some cases to lower leg muscles. Stiffness in the hip and limited movement of the thigh in all directions.
  • Inner thigh problems can be felt as stinging pain down to the knee.

Lower Leg

Chronic symptoms successfully treated through the use of advanced clinical massage techniques include:

  • Pain may be felt along the shin bone, ankle and to the big toe, which can be mistaken for gout.
  • Numbness in the lower leg, ankle and top of the foot.
  • Weak ankles and foot drop.
  • Night cramping in calf muscles, which may extend to back of the knee, thighs and ankles.
  • Restless leg symptoms may be eased.
  • Pain deep in the heel, achilles tendon.
  • Plantar fascitis.

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Temporomandibular Joint Disorder


Massage and myofascial release can help your symptoms and increase range of motion within the joint. It does this by adressing and releasing any restrictions in the fascia and musculature of the upper back, neck, head and face in particular┬áthe ones which control jaw movement. Working intraorally is also part of the treatment, which is very gentle but very effective in it’s release of tension within chewing muscles.

How do you know you have it in the first place?

Having a diagnosis from your GP or Dentist is one of the first steps then having treatment from a qualified massage therapist who has specific training and experience treating TMJ symptoms will undoubtedly help.

Common symptoms of jaw problems include;

  • Bruxism (grinding of teeth)
  • Worn teeth
  • Trismus (difficuly opening mouth)
  • Difficulties swallowing
  • Difficulties speaking
  • Long term (chronic) pain in neck, face, shoulders or upper back
  • Tinnitus
  • Sensitive to light and/or noise
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Dizzy spells
  • Headache and migraines

So, if you have any of these symptoms and feel you’d benefit from TMJ treatment contact Angela to arrange your massage in Edinburgh.

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