West Lancashire Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Clinic
Pain specialist musculature soft tissue injury centre based in Skelmersdale, Lancashire. We provide a Musculature Therapy / Rehabilitation service, as our programs reduce the risk of re-injury occurrence. Treatments we provide consists of: Sports Massage, Holistic Massage, Electrotherapy, Manipulative Therapy, Traction Couches, Bio mechanics, Gym Rehabilitation, and Cryotherapy.
Training, qualifications & experience
Lead Sports Therapist Vincent, completed his bachelor of science degree in Sports Therapy at Newcastle College. Vincent also completed his National Diploma in Sports before moving onto a Foundation Degree in Sports and Exercise Therapy at West Lancashire College. Vincent has completed additional qualifications, these include: ITEC Level 3 & 4 in Sports Massage, Qualification in Manipulative Therapy, NCFE Level 2 in Gym Instructing, F.A. Level 2 Treatment Management of Injuries in Football. He is also UKA Athletics qualified as a Coaching Assistant.
Additional training consists of being Masters certified in the Neil Asher Technique, CPD course completion on Low Level Laser Therapy, and Kinesio UK KT1/2 & KT3 Certification on Kinesiology Taping.
He was in the sport of rugby league, the Sports Therapy / Rehabilitation service provider to the Bolton, Bury, Rochdale U15 & U16's Service Area Rugby League Development Centre, Rochdale Cobras ARFL, Fiji UK ARFL, Rochdale Hornets ARFL U20's.
Currently, Vincent has been selected to be involved in other elite sports whereby he will be a Sports Therapist at all the IMG Triathlon series events as well as the British & World Triathlon Championships, and more recently, the Tour de Yorkshire Cycle Race (stage 3).
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Other available therapies
We also offer Electrotherapy, Osteopathic/Manipulative Therapy, Kinesiology Taping, Sports Science and Sport Rehabilitation treatments.
Sports Therapy £22.00
Sports Science £22.00
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.
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