I think you have to either see me (not an option now as I am injured due to performing too many sports massages with no break and I am in Zug which is not your area
) or Emma Gilbert (strong hands and plenty of excellent deep tissue techniques) www.sportsmassage.ch
You can also try Sandra Wermer, intuitive but experienced Esalen massage practicioner, Esalen Institut teacher: http://www.beruehrt.ch/17501.html
I am going there tomorrow as I am off work for 3 days so I will know more tomorrow but I only heard good about her. Esalen is llike Classic/Swedish massage but modified and very gentle which does not mean it is not working. I don't know too much about it as I don't practice this style but as I said, I might be able to say more tomorrow.
Most of those who offer massage therapy can't really perform a good treatment so choose your therapist carefuly. Look/ask about diplomas and you will have a clue. Search for words such as: orthopedic massage, sports massage, myofascial release, NMT.
It takes time to become good therapist so you can spend your money anywhere or take your time to find someone who will be able to help you.
If you need more information I can ask friends who are in this profession about someone in your area.