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As mentioned in previous topics I am taking my wife to Gambia in a little over two weeks, she has recently hurt her lower back andafter visiting the docs today has been told that she has sprained her back, jokingly the doctor suggested she look out for a good massage whilst in Gambia.
I realise that some people have massages on the beaches, but I wonder if these are good or just a seedy delight? Can anybody suggest a good place for a massage that would actually benefit her injury? I dont do massage, but hubby does, he loves the ones from kunteh kinteh bar, dont know where you are staying but this is near palm beach hotel,.
My OH has a bad back and was told never to have a massage anywhere where they are not trained properly. But we did meet people who have had massages in gambia and enjoyed them especially the lady who works in the Kombo beach. I had a very good massage some years ago when staying at the Kombo hotel,very professional. I'm not sure on others but the hotels I've stayed at have massage facilties,not had contact with the ones on beach tho'. As a 'Sports massage therapist' myself I can say it would be beneficial as long as they are properly trained.
Ask questions first! Good luck and happy holidays. As someone who has had 2 operations on her back over the years I would never ever let a 'massuer' near my back when bad. A trained physio yes. Seriously she could end up much worse and ruin your holiday.
GP's are notoriously dim when it comes to 'bad backs'. I once had a massage at Kairaba in spa by fully trained male 'massuer' never again, had a bruises on my leg day after. I have had massages in UK, China, Malaysia and Turkey turkish bath, scrub and massage, there's an experience , none of these left bruises.