Sports Therapy

Sports Therapy at Cycle Heaven

We offer a range of therapy services on site to compliment our bike fitting from our partners Hands that Heal. See below for details what we offer. All therapies take place in our comfortable upstairs therapy studio and we also have changing and shower facilities and of course, a cafe in which you can relax afterwards.

The team at Hands That Heal is boasts top industry qualifications and years of experience, working with numerous professional sportsmen and women, from
Olympic boxers to World class horsewomen. HTH can use their elite insight to offer the very latest and best physiotherapy treatments to everyone. Whether you’re striving to win competitions, or are experiencing joint pain or joint stiffness and simply want to
be able to enjoy your favourite hobby or manage day-to-day tasks with ease, HTH can help. Our physiotherapy changes lives because we take a skilled, friendly, holistic approach to understanding your problem and providing a rapid, accurate diagnosis.

To book an appointment:
please call 07920 011515 or email info@handsthathealclinic.co.uk and specify Cycle Heaven

Sports Massage
Sports massage can benefit everyone and involves intensive soft tissue therapy. It can stimulate healing and boost flexibility, providing relief from a range of issues including musculoskeletal injury, musculoskeletal pain, repetitive strain injury, pain, stiffness, fatigue, and stress. For amateur or professional athletes aiming for maximum performance, sports massage can help with injury prevention and recovery, training and conditioning, pre-competition preparation, post-competition wind-down, and post-travel flexibility.

Deep Tissue Massage
Our Hands That Heal team are highly skilled in manual therapy and massage therapy. When you contact us with a physical issue, we will first thoroughly assess you to understand your symptoms and likely causes. If we then believe massage therapy can help you as part of a holistic treatment and exercise plan, we will explain exactly what form your massage will take and what you can expect before, during and after your treatment. Massage is a very powerful therapy which can help with many physical and emotional problems. It can relieve joint pain and joint stiffness in different areas of your body and provide relief from stress and anxiety issues which, in turn, impact on your physical health and ability to live life to the full. It is therefore among the techniques most often offered by physiotherapists.

Joint Mobilisation
Joint mobilisation therapy can help treat stiff and painful joints resulting from immobility following injury or illness. It uses targeted physiotherapy exercises to gently free up joints and improve freedom of movement. We use it to provide relief from conditions such as adhesive capsulitis, frozen shoulder, elbow stiffness, hand stiffness, wrist stiffnes and lower back pain.

To book an appointment: please call 07920 011515 or email info@handsthathealclinic.co.uk and specify Cycle Heaven

Our Practitioners


Kevin Abel

Physiotherapist

Originally from Derry in Northern Ireland, Kevin worked at Hull City Tigers for eight years, including two years with the First Team (under Nigel Pearson and Nick Barmby). Most recently, he worked as Head Academy Physiotherapist, before joining Hands That Heal full-time. He also worked or the New Zealand Maori All Blacks during their UK tour.

He has bachelor degrees in Physiotherapy and Sports & Exercise Science, and a masters degree in Sports Therapy. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), accredited by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Kevin is also registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

Kevin is married with two children, and his hobbies are swimming, HiiT training, weight training, walking in the countryside with his family - including Winston the dog.


Lisa Wiles

HTH Managing Director and Physiotherapist

Passionate about enabling more people from all walks of life to remain active, Lisa set up the first Hands that Heal clinic in 2010, at Pocklington Rugby Union Football Club (RUFC).

Since then, she has offered sports injury treatment and prevention to some of the UK’s top athletes. These include Olympic gold medal winning Hull boxer Luke Campbell, the Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball and Wheelchair Table Tennis teams, the Superleague netball and National League ice hockey teams, and England squash player Fiona Moverley.

Lisa is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), the Healthcare Professions Council (HCPC) and the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine (ACPSM).


Martyn Glover

Specialist Sports Masseur and
Retul certified bikefitter

Specialist sports masseur Martyn is a family man from York with a degree in Sports & Exercise Science. He has coached with UK Athletics for the past 20 years.

With a personal interest in triathlon and endurance running, he blends extensive physiotherapy skills and experience, with a first-hand understanding of sports massage and its many benefits for athletes’ wellbeing and performance.

He combines his experience of performance coaching and sports massage skills to address muscle imbalances and areas of tension that are holding people back in their field. He can also give them advice on building and maintaining their fitness and strength for maximum performance, conditioning exercise regimes and avoiding injury.