ATSportsTherapy is based in Hove, working locally with schools, clubs, teams and individuals in sport. As a Sports Therapist, my main goal is to help individuals return to both their everyday and sporting activities pain free! Providing both a friendly and professional environment with competitive prices, ATSportsTherapy aims to assess and treat both chronic and acute injuries using massage and functional techniques to ensure a safe and structured return to sport.
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Training, qualifications & experience
MSc Sports Therapy, Registered Member of The Society of Sports Therapists (SST).
First Aid for Sport, Exercise & Fitness Certified.
As Head Sports Therapist for both Hove RFC and Merlins RLC, I organise and prioritise players during the pre/post match treatment clinics; sports massage, taping/strapping, injury assessment/management, provide pitch-side trauma management and first aid for 1st team and assess and evaluate both chronic and acute injuries during the weekday clinics. Working within a club also required me to communicate clearly with both coaches and players to ensure optimum player management.
In addition to my role at the club, I provide pitch-side trauma management to school fixtures and tournaments in and around Sussex including Brighton College, Sussex RFC and Eastbourne College, whilst maintaining clear and concise match reports to ensure correct procedure.
My previous experience includes working alongside the Head Physiotherapist at Sussex County Cricket Club, treating and rehabilitating 1st team players. This role not only involved clinical assessments and functional rehabilitation protocols, but also working alongside the Strength and Conditioning Coaches to ensure the players structured return to full fitness.
The Society of Sports Therapists
The Society of Sports Therapists was established in 1990 to address the growing demands from sport and leisure on everyone involved in the management and care of injured participants.