Sports Therapy

Provide appropriate sport and remedial massage in a sport & exercise context

Paul provides massage as a treatment for all types of aches and pains. Although Paul is trained as a Sports Therapist, and therefore in Sports Massage, it isn’t a treatment type that is only for those who are sporty individuals but for all members of the general public too. In fact, the majority of Paul’s clients are those who suffer with aches and pains or postural issues in the work place. All massage techniques can therefore be adapted for the client’s own wants and needs.

PM Sports Therapy Services

1. Injury Rehabilitation – Assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of a variety of injuries

2. Sports Massage – Massage to aid recovery from sport and exercise

3. Deep Tissue Massage – Treatment for general aches, pains and tightness

4. Sports Clubs/Teams – Availability to offer Sports Therapy services for sports teams and clubs

5. General Aches & Pains – Techniques on offer for treating general aches, pains and tightness

6. Mobile Services – Flexibility to be able to offer home visits as well as clinic appointments

Paul is a Sports Therapy graduate having studied at Coventry University and since then has been a self-employed Sports Therapist in the St. Albans area. Alongside this he is the Lead Sports Therapist for St Albans City FC and Sports Therapist at EDSV Academy. His previous Sports Therapy experiences consist of working for Stevenage Football Club, St Albans County Rugby, Millwall Football Club, Coventry City Football Club and Bedworth United Football Club as well as a variety of university sports teams and amateur level sporting events. On a day to day basis Paul regularly treats all sporting types ranging from the occasional gym goer to Marathon runners to all levels of ability of sports. Those who aren’t necessarily sporting either come for various aches and pains to be treated.

Paul is a keen sports enthusiast himself, whether it be it playing or watching. His main sporting passion is football. He also enjoys running, going to the gym and the occasional game of tennis.

The spectrum of expertise that a Member of The Society of Sports Therapists must possess is built within five key areas of competency related to injury and illness in the sport and exercise environment. These are:

  • Prevention
  • Recognition & evaluation
  • Management, treatment & referral
  • Rehabilitation
  • Education & professional practice issues

Sports Therapy is an aspect of healthcare that is specifically concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the client back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sport-specific fitness, regardless of age and ability.

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