Madeleine Lowson - MFL Sports Clinic
Anytime Fitness Stroud
Unit 60 & 61
Merrywalks Shopping Centre
MFL Sports Clinic is a brand new Sports Therapy service, opened in Stroud, providing professional assessment, diagnosis, manual therapy treatment and rehabilitation for sports injuries or conditions.
MFL provides a complete assessment and a wide variety of manual therapy treatments such as: Deep tissue sports massage, medical acupuncture, soft tissue release techniques, joint mobilisations, personalised rehabilitation exercises and advice to include your goals, and much more, to help you back on the road to recovery as quickly as possible and maintain a fully functional and healthy lifestyle.
These are just a few of the treatments and services that MFL Sports Clinic provides to our clients.
MFL's aim is to provide high-quality sports therapy treatment to restore full function and maintain a healthy lifestyle as quickly and effectively as possible.
Interested in a consultation or treatment? Make sure to book yourself in at www.mflsportsclinic.co.uk
Training, qualifications & experience
Madeleine Lowson is a fully qualified MSc Sports Therapist, achieving a Distinction award in her Master’s Degree in Sports Therapy from the University of Gloucestershire, and a previous BSc degree in Exercise Science (Health and Rehabilitation) from Bournemouth University.
As part of her MSc degree, Madeleine gained a vast amount of experience within clinics, hospitals, sports teams and physical working environments, increasing her knowledge of anatomy and physiology, confidence in examination and assessment of clients, and producing adequate and professional manual therapy treatment and rehabilitation related to the confirmed diagnosis.
Madeleine has had the fantastic opportunity of working alongside the soft tissue specialist at Gloucester Rugby Team and the Tongan International Rugby Team providing sports massages in the lead up to their next games.
As a team player herself, Madeleine understands the importance of reducing the risk of injury, taking great pride in her work and professionalism and is motivated towards delivering enthusiastic service and interaction where patients’ needs are a priority and their health and well-being is of paramount importance.
Madeleine has a high interest in running and has recently completed a course in “Evidence Based Injury Prevention in Runners (Bridging the Rehab to Performance Gap)”, providing her with the knowledge to prevent/rehabilitate injuries in runners. She has also completed a course in “Spinal Mobilisation and Manipulation”, increasing her skills to provide pain relief for individuals with issues related to the spine.
Madeleine enjoys increasing her knowledge and skills within this healthcare profession through completing continuous professional development courses.
Other available therapies
Medical Musculoskeletal Acupuncture
Introductory Offer: Initial Consultation (60 Minutes) = £35.00
Follow Up 30 Minutes: £28.00
Follow Up 60 Minutes: £40.00
Block Booking of 5 Follow-up 30 Minutes: £127.00 (paid at first treatment, not in conjunction with any other offer or promotion, see website for further details)
30 Minutes: £24.00
60 Minutes: £37.00
Introductory Offer: 10% off your 1st 30 Minutes Massage
Block Booking of 5 x 30 Minutes: £108.00 (paid at first treatment, not in conjunction with any other offer or promotion, see website for further details)
30 minutes: £20.00
Please be aware that these prices are subject to change.
What is Sports Therapy?:
Sports Therapy is a specialised degree-based health profession, concerned with preventing injuries through manual therapy treatment and exercise rehabilitation.
Sports therapists are health-care professionals with the knowledge, skills and ability to:
- Focus on returning clients to their optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific skills and fitness, utilising the principles of sport and exercise science to optimise performance and prepare individuals for injury prevention.
- Examine, assess, treat and, where appropriate, refer on for specialist advice
- Provide immediate care of injuries
- Provide appropriate manual therapy treatment
- Plan and deliver appropriate rehabilitation programmes to prepare individuals for sport or occupational activities.
For more information, please visit: the Society of Sports Therapists website
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
Maps & Directions
Monday: 1:30pm-8:30pm Tuesday: 1:30pm-8:30pm Wednesday: 8am-4pm, Thursday: 7.30am- 12:00 Friday: 1pm-7pm Saturday: 8am-12:00 SUBJECT TO CHANGE