The Physio Rooms - Brighton, East Sussex
Brighton Village Way,
Tom Goom (AKA ‘The Running Physio’) is a runner and physiotherapist who specialises in the treatment of running injuries. His website has gained a worldwide audience with over 6.5 million page views and he’s written for Runner’s World, Cycling Weekly and a host of online sports platforms.
Tom is the Clinical Lead at The Physio Rooms in Brighton. The clinic is registered with all major insurance companies and has access to state of the art gym equipment, ideal for running rehab! Tom treats all common running injuries including: - Tendinopathy - Patellofemoral Pain (‘Runner’s Knee’) - Iliotibial Band Syndrome - Plantar Fasciitis - Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (‘Shin Splints’) - Muscle injuries.
His approach centres around a thorough assessment to determine what factors are key to your injury and forming a plan to address these factors and get you back running and achieving your goals. This often includes treatments to reduce pain, advice around training and recovery and rehab exercises tailored to your need. In addition, Tom performs in-depth gait analysis using special software to assess your style in slow-motion and from multiple angles.
GoPerform - Reading, Berkshire
Robert Cort Industrial Estate,
Britten Road, Reading,
GoPerform is a state-of-the art Sports Injury and Human Performance centre in Reading. They were one of the first centres in the UK to offer comprehensive support to the sporting population, a concept derived from their backgrounds in professional sport.
They have an experienced inter-disciplinary team and offer high quality physiotherapy, rehabilitation, physiological testing and strength & conditioning training programmes to individuals of all abilities and backgrounds.
Colin was invited to speak at their inaugural Sports Medicine Conference in 2018 and they continue to host regular workshops and seminars throughout the year.
RE:PLAY Clinic - Belfast
34-36 Bedford Street,
RE:PLAY Clinic is a unique Physiotherapy practice located in central Belfast. It houses some of the country's leading experts in the field of sports medicine and physiotherapy with vast experience and knowledge at the highest level.
RE:PLAY’s Therapists successfully lead the British Physiotherapy team at the 2016 Olympics and the N.I. Commonwealth Games Physiotherapy team in 2018, working alongside some of the world’s best athletes and practitioners. They have also worked with some of the UK's largest sporting teams including Ulster Rugby, Arsenal FC, the Ireland Rugby Teams, Irish Athletics, Sailing and Cricket.
The clinic strives to promote a healthy and happy lifestyle for its clients by providing elite level care in sports medicine, physiotherapy and rehabilitation to all.
RE:PLAY is open to everyone! Whether you're plagued with recurring strains, keen to return to fitness ASAP, chasing performance gains, or would like an individualised evidence-based injury reduction programme, its staff believe they can help. RE:PLAY want you to reach your goals and be stronger and more robust than before.
KATE REES ELITE PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICES LTD
Kate Rees EPS aims to provide a high level of holistic care to clients throughout the rehabilitation process. This commences with an initial diagnosis and continues throughout the process to ensure return to their full activities of daily living including sport.
Kate Rees, company director, has over 20years experience in musculoskeletal medicine. She was Head Physiotherapist for Swansea City AFC for 10 years throughout their premier league and Europa league campaigns. She currently works for the injured jockey foundation alongside her role as a first contact physiotherapy practitioner in Llansamlet surgery. Kate has also provided physiotherapy for Aberavon RFC, the FAW senior women's teams alongside many other sporting events. Her musculoskeletal roles have varied from occupational health to acute A&E knee and shoulder services. Kate has an excellent reputation both nationally and internationally and has strong links with radiology and orthopaedic specialists if referral onwards is required.
The Abbey Clinic
This is a multi-disciplinary Sports clinic with an exceptional 26 year history of providing Injury and Rehab services to all ages. For many years they have treated the elite across a number of sports.They have had clinicians work at the Olympics for the last 6 Olympics as well as attending many World and European championships across many sports. Gillian Morgan set up the clinic and has offered Consultancy services to Gary Lewin when he was based at Bisham with the England Football team and also offered this to a number of the Arsenal players as well as being the British Equestrian Physio for 5 years. They offer Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Podiatry, Sports Rehabiltation, Sports Massage, Acupuncture, Running Assessments, Bike Assessments and more.
They believe that this standard of care should be available to everyone.
So, whatever your injury or training needs, take a look at their website for further information.
Therapeutics was founded in October 1996 by Kim Waters and since its’ inception the business has steadily grown from strength to strength to its’ current multi-disciplinary health and fitness centre.
Therapeutics now has a team of 27 staff working from a clinic based at The Trojans Sports Club, this includes 5 treatment rooms, a running analysis room, a fitness gym, a rehabilitation gym, an exercise/Pilates & Yoga studio and a rehabilitation area as well as extensive outdoor sports grounds.
Therapeutics offers physiotherapy and rehabilitation encompassing sports injury, neurology and womens’ health, sports massage, pilates, personal training and exercise programmes, running analysis and technique training, podiatry, ergonomic assessments and acupuncture and shockwave.