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Graduating Sports Therapist? Kick Start Your Sports Therapy Career in Style

Graduating Sports Therapist? Kick Start Your Sports Therapy Career in Style

Applications for the 2014 Society of Sports Therapists Student Travelling Scholarship are now open. BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy Students expecting to graduate this year with a first class honours degree are encouraged to apply for the fantastic opportunity. Continue reading

BASEM Spring Conference

BASEM Spring Conference

The BASEM Spring Conference is a great CPD opportunity for Society Members. Taking place on Friday 28th March 2014, the conference is entitled: The Fatigued Athlete: Applying cutting edge science to the diagnosis, prevention and management of the Overtraining and Underperformance Syndromes. Continue reading

Canadian Collaboration Continues to Blossom

Canadian Collaboration Continues to Blossom

Professor Graham N. Smith, Chairman of The Society of Sports Therapists recently had the opportunity to spend a few days in Windsor, Canada to visit key personnel involved with the running of The Society of Sports Therapists and University of Windsor Student Travelling Scholarship. Continue reading

Sports Therapy Degree Opens New Doors for Emma Field

Sports Therapy Degree Opens New Doors for Emma Field

When Emma Field started her Sports Therapy Degree back in 2001 at the University of Hertfordshire, little did she know that 12 years on, the skills learned, would prove invaluable in developing a career in industry. Continue reading

UCLan Sports Therapy Students in the News

UCLan Sports Therapy Students in the News

Sports Therapy students from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) have been in the spotlight recently, putting their skills to the test across the Rugby League sporting spectrum. From a university clash against local rivals Chester to working with World Cup side Fiji, the students have been in demand Continue reading

Honorary Member Hits Double Century (but not in cricket!)

Honorary Member Hits Double Century (but not in cricket!)

Huge congratulations to Honorary Member Gary Lewin, who has reached his 200th international match as Physiotherapist to the England football team. The former Arsenal Physiotherapist, who became Head Physiotherapist with the Football Association in 2008, has long been a supporter of the Society and its aims. Continue reading

Coventry Students Make an Impact at Rugby Sevens World Cup

Coventry Students Make an Impact at Rugby Sevens World Cup

Earlier this year, Students from Coventry University spent 3 days in Moscow at the Rugby Sevens World Cup tournament, shadowing and supporting the pitch side medical team at the event. They also spent time at the training sessions beforehand. Continue reading

PhD Honours for Society Member Charlotte Gautrey

PhD Honours for Society Member Charlotte Gautrey

Society Member Charlotte Gautrey graduated with a first class BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy degree from the University of Hertfordshire in 2007. She recently completed her PhD in Sports Biomechanics at the same university and spoke to the Society about her career path and research. Continue reading

Great Students at Great North Run

Great Students at Great North Run

Leeds Metropolitan University students braved the wet and windy North East to provide sports massage to tired runners after the 2013 Great North Run. Such events are inevitably hard work but equally very rewarding. You also never know what you will see or who you will meet. Continue reading

Society Members Shine at BASEM Conference

Society Members Shine at BASEM Conference

The British Association of Sport & Exercise Medicine (BASEM) is internationally recognised as the lead body for Sport and Exercise Medicine within the United Kingdom. It was therefore a great honour for The Society of Sports Therapists to be invited to co-host a session at the BASEM Annual Conference Continue reading

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