Soft Tissue Therapy is the manipulation and rehabilitation of the soft tissue of the body. Soft Tissue Therapists treat muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints in order to recover and avoid injuries, pains and dysfunctions of the neuromusculoskeletal system.

Soft Tissue Therapists assess the signs, symptoms and identify the causes of the pain or injury of patients. The main assessments that are conducted are concerned with the posture, range of motion and the nervous system.


Lennox McCurdy MSMA

Lennox has 7 years working experince in the health and wellbeing industry, two of which are therapy based. Lennox has significantly gained a high level of working experince in elite sport which has lead to ongoing work and opportunities with professional athletes from a wide variety of high performance sports.

Lennox has strong communication and interpersonal skills with a professional approach which helps him to build trust with patients. Lennox often works closely with affiliated practitioners to support the requirements of each patient holistically.

With Sound scientific and practical knowledge of anatomy & physiology, trigger point therapy, postural dysfunction, functional movement and other hands on treatments, Lennox has been viewed as an elite Soft Tissue Therapist.


"I am pleased to provide a professional reference for Mr Lennox McCurdy, who completed a clinical placement as a Soft Tissue Therapist during the 2015/2016 season.

Lennox became a valued member of the Queens Park Rangers Medical team whilst fulfilling his role as a Soft Tissue Therapist with us. In this role Lennox demonstrated good practical skills, a sound background of knowledge in anatomy and a great variety of therapeutic techniques.

We found Lennox to be a very pleasant therapist, who built good rapport with both the staff and the players of the first team. He maintained a high level of professional conduct and presentation during his time with us and was certainly keen to learn.

I would happily recommend Lennox as an employee to any football club looking for professional therapists."

Matthew May

Head Of Medical Services (Queens Park Rangers FC)