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Welcome to the Official Website of The Society of Sports Therapists

This website aims to provide easily accessible information for everyone, whether you are a new or existing Member, currently studying to become a Sports Therapist, interested in pursuing a career in Sports Therapy or are a member of the public wanting to learn more about The Society of Sports Therapists and its members.

News Update

University of Worcester Lecturers Take Sports Therapy to the National Sports Roadshow

University of Worcester Lecturers Take Sports Therapy to the National Sports Roadshow

On the 23rd of October 2014, the National Sports Roadshow is making its way to the University of Worcester and Sports Therapy Lecturers Sally Smith and Hollie Taylor will be actively encouraging students and professionals to learn more about Sports Therapy. Continue reading
An unforgettable Canadian internship for University of Gloucestershire Graduate Adam Gaunt

An unforgettable Canadian internship for University of Gloucestershire Graduate Adam Gaunt

University of Gloucestershire Graduate Adam Gaunt was the 2014 winner of The Society of Sports Therapist’s internship to the University of Windsor , Canada. The First Class Honours Graduate from Wales was the sixth Member of the Society to have the opportunity to sample the Canadian experience and what a time he had. Adam spent the first part of his trip Continue reading
Gordon McCartney wins Bruce Hobbs Travelling Scholarship

Gordon McCartney wins Bruce Hobbs Travelling Scholarship

Many congratulations to Gordon McCartney on winning The Society of Sports Therapists’ Bruce Hobbs Travelling Scholarship. Gordon, who is Sports Therapist to leading Northern Ireland Football Team Ballymena United, will be visiting the Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic, London, Ontario, Canada towards the end of this year. Continue reading
Corrie Exposes Regulatory Flaw

Corrie Exposes Regulatory Flaw

On Monday 11th August in the popular TV show Coronation Street, one of the characters was asked whether she missed being a physiotherapist. In a previous storyline she had been struck off as a physiotherapist for inappropriate behaviour towards a patient and was no longer allowed to work in that profession or under that occupational title. ‘Physiotherapist’ Continue reading

Chairman's Message

 
Should the Government have been in the Dock too?

Should the Government have been in the Dock too?

In a recent court case a practitioner purporting to be a Sports Therapist was found guilty of indecent assault on 3 patients who had seen him for treatment. Whilst a positive and rewarding result for those who had investigated and prosecuted him, it once again highlights how trust can be so easily abused.Continue reading

Out and About

Dream 2014 Commonwealth Games Experience for Society Member Fiona Webster
Dream 2014 Commonwealth Games Experience for Society Member Fiona Webster
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Masters Graduate Guy Watts puts Sports Science Skills into Practice at Cambridge United Academy
Masters Graduate Guy Watts puts Sports Science Skills into Practice at Cambridge United Academy
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The Tower2Tower Charity Bike Ride Provides a New Challenge for Kristian Weaver
The Tower2Tower Charity Bike Ride Provides a New Challenge for Kristian Weaver
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Commonwealth Games support for Team Malawi at University of Gloucestershire
Commonwealth Games support for Team Malawi at University of Gloucestershire
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Kirry Joughin Experiences Life as a Sport Therapist on World Football Stage
Kirry Joughin Experiences Life as a Sport Therapist on World Football Stage
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Ice Hockey Training Camp Proves a Hit at University of Gloucestershire
Ice Hockey Training Camp Proves a Hit at University of Gloucestershire
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The Society of Sports Therapists
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G3 7NY.
 
Tel: +44 0845 600 2613
 
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