The School's brand new fully equipped treatment and rehabilitation centre is designed to cater for the sporty and non-sporty alike.
If you suffer from a musculoskeletal injury or condition then book an appointment today, and let us help you get back on track to a pain-free lifestyle.
Our third year undergraduate Sports Therapy students are required to undertake 250 hours of supervised clinical placement in a sport and/or exercise related environment. At least 50 of these hours take place in the University’s on site clinic.
The clinic’s main objectives are:
The students assess, treat and undertake rehabilitation and management of sports injuries, joint and muscular pains.
Clinical practice is supervised by a Practice Educator who facilitates the assessment and clinical reasoning processes and enables the students to develop their clinical skills and professional practice in a clinical environment.
Sports therapy assessment and treatments can be used to manage:
All consultations and treatments will be charged at a rate of £5 per session. This must be paid in cash during your treatment session.
All consultations and treatments will be charged at a rate of £20 per session. This must be paid in cash during your treatment session.
A full history of your complaint and medical history will be taken by our student practitioners to ensure you have no health issues that may affect your treatment. You will be asked to undress to an appropriate level so the injured or painful area can be examined and a diagnosis of your problem can be made.
Based on your examination findings and diagnosis, a tailor-made treatment and management plan will be discussed and agreed with you before treatment is given. Your initial consultation normally lasts 45 mins to 1 hour with any follow-up treatment or exercise rehabilitation sessions lasting 30 minutes to 1 hour.
The Clinic is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm during university term time for university staff and students.
Appointments for external clients are available Monday to Friday, 5pm to 10pm and Saturday mornings 9am to 1pm.
To book a consultation appointment please call or email: