About Us

Located on the outskirts of Leeds, in the tranquil village of Rodley, Regain Pain Management offers its services within the friendly and luxurious Manor Health Aesthetics Laser & Weight Loss Clinic. The clinic is easily accessible by bus and car, with ample on site parking for our clients.

Regain Pain Management have over 30 years combined experience treating clients with debilitating chronic pain, persistent muscular tightness, long term headaches/migraines, sciatica, lower back pain, and other sporting, occupational and general musculoskeletal disorders and injuries.

Our holistic and complementary therapies cover a broad range issues that result in pain or discomfort, ranging from athletes looking to improve their personal best, to the mum who has pain in her lower back and struggles to cope with her young children.

Our values are clear and consistent – we will do everything we can to improve your quality of life. We don’t make our clients have endless treatments without getting any results.  For us, it is about helping our clients return to a state of balance so they can function properly. Our feedback from our clients demonstrates our success.

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We take time to listen to our clients so that we get a comprehensive history of previous injuries, traumas, and lifestyle activities that could be contributing to their symptoms.

A full postural analysis is then done, and based on all this information, we locate and treat the root cause of the symptoms.

Treatments plans will always be discussed with you and could include approaches such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point therapy, muscle activation, muscle energy techniques, and gym-based exercise rehabilitation.

Our therapists are fully insured members of the Federation of Holistic Therapists and have extensive experience in the field of musculoskeletal injury management and provide expert clinic care to a wide range of sporting, occupational and general injuries.

Meet Your Therapist

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Mathew Jerome – Founder and head therapist at Regain Pain Management

Mathew has always been fascinated by the human body and started studying to becoming a therapist back in 2002, and by 2006 he had completed his studies, achieving diplomas in all subjects.

Over the years that have followed Mathew has been on numerous training courses to develop and increase his knowledge in several holistic treatments that deliver amazing results to his clients.

He is very focused on the notion that by looking at the whole body, not just the area of pain, and giving it chance to heal, most pain and dysfunction can be treated without the need for medication or surgery.

He is the perfect example of this, having previously suffered five years of chronic back pain, and understands what clients are going through which creates an understanding not many therapists have.

Mathew specialises in treating long standing chronic pain anywhere in the body, persistent muscle injuries, TMJ release, neck and shoulder issues, headaches/migraines, sports injuries, whiplash, frozen shoulders, knee pain and post operation scar tissue release.

He embraces everybody and fully understands that everyone is unique, therefore, whether you are an Office Worker, Runner, Cross Fit Athlete, an Heroic Mum (because all mums are) or simply wishing to maintain a pain free quality of life, Mathew will have a Bespoke Treatment Plan for you.

Mathew has had the opportunity to work with and consult on rehabilitation with professional footballers, boxers, golfers, and opera singers to name a few, and is a strong believer that quality of care is provided by understanding the person as a whole, and feels that pain/dysfunction should be observed from many angles.

He understands that it is important to appreciate the work that goes into the recovery process and has attended multiple continuing education courses to broaden his horizons.

Outside of work Mathew plays football in a veterans’ league, trying to make up for all the years he was injured; he goes to the gym regularly and maintains an active lifestyle with his two sons.

He is a firm follower of holistic therapies, and will often give advice to clients about diet and exercise, in between educating you about how your body works – be sure to ask lots of questions!!

CERTIFICATIONS: Level 3 Diploma Anatomy & Physiology; Level 3 Diploma Sports Massage Therapy; Level 3 Diploma Sports Fitness Therapies; Level 1 certification Integrated Myofascial Therapy; Level 2 certification Integrated Myofascial Therapy; Level 3 certification Integrated Myofascial Therapy; Myofascial Assessment & Integration; Myofascial Unwinding – Be Activated – Muscle activation Level 1; Be Activated – Muscle activation Level 2.

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Meet Your Therapist

Melanie Roberts

Melanie has been a successful professional therapist since 2008. After suffering a back injury and a disc problem for months, she sought help from Doctors, Physio, Chiropractor etc but sadly nothing eased the pain. She tried a complementary therapy which eased the pain immediately.

Melanie was so inspired that she left her sales job and trained as a Complementary Therapist. Always eager to learn more, she has trained with world-class teachers and has gained an amazing toolset to work with many health and performance issues to deliver tangible results.

Melanie’s multi-skilled approach works with soft tissue, muscular-skeletal, digestive, energy and emotional issues, focusing on a multi-therapy approach to find the root cause of the problem, helping to correct the compensatory issues and working with the client to improve their symptoms, and giving back a quality of life that they have been missing. Melanie is a headteacher at Blend Therapy & Training.

Mel specialises in:

Blend TMJ Therapy®
Temporomandibular joint disorder. Gentle techniques to ease affected jaw, hips and pelvis.

Scar Work
Improving mobility and reducing scars of all ages and sizes.

KORE Therapy
A unique muscle and neurological test to find the root cause of a problem. Combining Eastern and Western techniques aches, pains, illness, injury, digestive and emotions can be improved.

Also available:
Acupuncture, Myofascial Release, Advanced Clinical, Deep Tissue, Sports and AnmoFu Organ Massage, Kinesiology, Korean Hand Therapy, Tui Na, Reflexology, Cupping, Cranio Balancing and Spinal Touch
Therapy.

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Meet Your Therapist

Rachel Brook

After being diagnosed with ME aged 16, Rachel began researching alternative therapies. She found it fascinating and benefitted from different treatments. Aged 20 she achieved a diploma in aromatherapy full body massage.

Following her own chronic neck pain she received treatment from Mathew Jerome for myofascial release. This drove her to train and develop her skills in Myofascial Release.

Rachel has continued to research and include new therapies in her range.

Rachel’s treatments also include: Angelic reiki, Indian head massage, Hot stone massage, Pregnancy Massage, Reflexology.

Rachel provides bespoke treatments for her clients and continues to develop the range of therapies she provides.

Regain Pain management therapists will help the following common conditions:

Hip Impingement, Labral tears, Bursitis

Pain from the hip joint may be felt in a number of areas including the groin, outer thigh and lower back. This pain is commonly a dull ache with occasional sharp shooting pains if moved in certain directions.

If you’re experiencing tightness in the hip, come in for an evaluation before a more serious problem develops.

Achilles Tendinitis

Pain, swelling or thickening of the achilles tendon. Generally painful with walking, going up and down stairs, or calf/heel raises.

Plantar Fascitis

Usually worse in the morning, this “first step” pain is felt in the foot, typically along the arch or in the heel of the foot.

Should Impingement/Rotator Cuff Injuries

Usually experienced in the outer part of the shoulder, or a catching/clicking sensation deep in the shoulder joint.

Many people have cortisone injections to mask the pain, but the underlying issue remains. There is a better way.

Shin Splints, A.K.A Anterior Tibialis Tendonitis

Pain felt on the front (anterior) or inside (medial) part of the shin. Pain may start at the beginning of a run, then fade.

Or, it may get worse while running and stick around after you stop. That’s definitely not OK.

If you’re using heel inserts to mask the root cause of shin splints, please, come see us!

Iliotibial Band Syndrome

ITB pain is felt on the outside (lateral aspect) of the knee that gradually increases with running. A clicking sound may be heard, and pain is sometimes described as stabbing.

This usually affects sports people who put repeated load through the knee and hips. Knee pain that is usually felt around the kneecap (patella). It often shows up out of nowhere when running. Pain worsens with running, walking down steps or sitting for a long time.

Being stuck at a desk or going to the movies can be just as painful as your long run. We find that shortened hamstrings can be the main culprit, once length is restored to the muscles, the pain in the knee subsides.

Chronic Headaches/Migraines

Most GPs will prescribe painkillers or strong medication to mask the symptoms, but we assess the whole body to determine what is causing your headaches.

Often it can be traced to some postural issue that is creating excess tension at the point where muscles attach to the base of the skull.

Most clients experience relief after the first treatment, and eventually are able to come off their medication altogether.

Lower Back Pain

Nearly everyone will have an episode of lower back pain at some point in their lives, whether its an occasional twinge on a morning, or chronic pain that restricts movement.

We often find that pelvic imbalance is the root cause of lower back pain, and by addressing this imbalance we can reduce the pain and get you moving freely again.

Giving our clients simple stretching routines to do each day is also a very effective way to keep the back nice and supple.

Sciatica

Sciatica pain presents as tingling or numbness down the legs, often caused by a tight piriformis muscle, herniated or bulging discs, stenosis or degenerative disc disease.

We have a lot of success reducing clients pain who present with these symptoms, and also increase their range of movement so they can go about their daily life without the debilitating pain that they suffered with.

Contact

Logo http://www.re-gain.me Our details 07849 325 805
info@re-gain.me
Manor Health
5 Rodley Lane
Leeds
LS13 1LB