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We will provide our reasoning to you for choosing professional practitioners including Sports Therapists, physiotherapists & Osteopaths for your treatments.
University Qualified sports therapists & physiotherapists are required to complete a minimum of 3 years of full-time study with many clinical practice hours included providing treatments to students & working within the University Sports Injury Clinic’s here at north-55 sports therapy massage and fitness Robbie specifically studied & worked as a student at the prestigious University of Kent.
Working while you study allows a more in-depth clinical reasoning to practitioners and provides an experience of working with clients who are injured we prefer this style of experience to many qualifications that do not meet the high requirements of assessments that undergraduate level provides in becoming a Sports Therapist.
further working for 3 years provides lots of hours to develop and refine your craft as you learn & treat your fellow students to then treat clients in the evening clinics.
We receive many practical assessments & cover specialist areas that is why Sports Therapists skill sets are starting to be recognised as highly favourable in a sports injury setting. An example can be found on the course content that Robbie was required to complete.
Sports Therapists are a relatively new provider of healthcare that blend techniques in Sports Therapy, Physiotherapy & Osteopathy.
This provides the relief of selecting a truly professional service provider allowing you to relax in the comfort of knowing that your practitioner knows what they are doing!
Demand the highest skilled and qualified practitioners for your treatments to provide the best experience possible (you deserve it after all you are a private paying client!).
We understand anatomy
During our 3 years study, we had access to skeleton models for our musculoskeletal practice and as part of our training, we could experience live cadavers to learn intricately the different types of anatomy.
Speaking from experience Robbie has booked several massage appointments only to lie on the treatment couch and realise that the practitioner doesn’t really have an understanding of clinical anatomy but still it was a great relaxing experience.
Sports Therapists are trained to treat the musculoskeletal system
We specialise in working with the whole body preventing injury treating your muscles, joints & nerves and prescribing exercise plans to strengthen your body.
You are in safe hands
sports therapists must follow a specific professional approach to practice which ensures that you are treated using a recognised and accredited treatment model, we must hold medical indemnity insurance as a minimum to provide treatment to our clients.
Should any problems arise during treatment sports therapists are advanced first aid trained.