Injury Active clinic provide leading injury assessments, massage therapy, rehabilitation, physiotherapy and manual therapy. We are a front running sports injury clinic providing the latest assessment and treatment services to help those suffering from pain and dysfunction as a result of a sports, occupation or lifestyle injury.
Treatments for acute trauma, tendinopathies, muscle strains, ligament sprains and joint dysfunction are carried out at the Injury Active Clinic (IAC) using a multi-directional, evidence based approach.
Many of our clients transition through a fully comprehensive strength and conditioning programme at our local facilities in order to further develop strength, agility and skills to maximise performance and reduce the chances of injury re-occurrence.
We help a wide variety of people from different backgrounds including sports professionals, amateurs and office workers.
Training, qualifications & experience
BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy MSST
Graduating from the University of Hertfordshire in 2008, Craig has a passion for CrossFit and football. He’s worked with Watford FC; university football teams and his pivotal role as assistant sports therapist and touchline therapist with Histon FC (2007-2009) helped them reach the play-off semi-finals of the Blue Square Premier League.
With his reputation attracting a number of elite athletes to his clinic, Craig worked intensively with world junior power-lifting champion James Copping, leading up to his 2009 title and combined services and also with British international Judo competitor, Lee Carder.
Craig has always had an interest in strength and conditioning and it was while living in Sydney, Australia in 2012 that he delved into the competitive sport of CrossFit. During training, it was highlighted that there is a clear link between strength and conditioning, CrossFit and sports injuries. This key discovery led to the opening of Injury Active’s first sports injury clinic!
Having a particular interest in kinetic control and pain that’s caused by uncontrolled movement and restriction, Craig is not only identifying injury but also understanding why a particular injury has occurred as a result of dysfunction, weakness or incorrect biomechanics.
Member organisations *
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.
Our initial consultation allows us to carry out a full assessment. Our fees vary from £55-£65
Once we have carried out the assessment we transition into a through treatment programme to get you pain free and back to full health. Our fees range from £35-£45