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English Ice Hockey Association Appoints Society Member Charley Keen

English Ice Hockey Association Appoints Society Member Charley Keen

Society Member Charley Keen is the newly appointed Lead Sports Therapist at the English Ice Hockey Association (EIHA). The University of Gloucestershire graduate takes over from Society Director Kate Cady who has done an immense job with the Association and is now working with the Great Britain Ice Hockey Squads. Continue reading

Kate Evans Sets Her Sights on Canada as She Scoops Travelling Scholarship Award

Kate Evans Sets Her Sights on Canada as She Scoops Travelling Scholarship Award

Kate Evans, Sports Therapy Programme Director and Senior Lecturer at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Sports Therapist to Newport Gwent Dragons, is the recipient of the 2017 Society of Sports Therapists Bruce Hobbs Travelling Scholarship Award. Continue reading

Society Member Danielle Ritson Showcases Collaborative International Research

Society Member Danielle Ritson Showcases Collaborative International Research

Danielle Ritson, Sports Therapy Lecturer at the University of Gloucestershire recently presented a poster at the 8th MuscleTech Network workshop in Barcelona. The work showcased some early data from international research collaboration between her own university, Athletic Club Bilbao and the University of the Basque Co Continue reading

University of East London Graduate Wins Travelling Scholarship to Canada

University of East London Graduate Wins Travelling Scholarship to Canada

Jameel Shah, a graduate from the University of East London (UEL) is the 2016 winner of The Society of Sports Therapists’ Student Travelling Scholarship to Canada. Continue reading

Natalie Davis Provides Superb Sports Therapy Support in Hockey World Record Attempt

Natalie Davis Provides Superb Sports Therapy Support in Hockey World Record Attempt

On Friday 1st July, Chelmsford Hockey Club started its Guinness World Record (GWR) breaking attempt for the world’s longest hockey match. The purpose of the event was to raise money for Chelmsford Hockey Club’s pitch, which needs to be replaced next year, as well as Farleigh Hospice and to help fund hockey coaching in Continue reading

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