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Equestrian Sport Provides New Direction for Society Member Katy Stephens

Equestrian Sport Provides New Direction for Society Member Katy Stephens

University of Gloucestershire Sports Therapy Graduate Katy Stephens is in the final stages of completing her Masters. In talking to Katy it is clear she has a passion for learning and a burning desire to continually push herself to develop her knowledge and skills. Continue reading

The Society of Sports Therapists, Connect Health and the NHS - A Team for Success

The Society of Sports Therapists, Connect Health and the NHS - A Team for Success

The Society of Sports Therapists Communications Group has recently undertaken a project to develop a series of podcasts relevant to The Society of Sports Therapists and its Members. The very first podcast highlights an exciting new collaboration between the Society and Connect Health, one of the UK’s largest providers of therapists to NHS Trusts. Continue reading

Society Member Kate Evans Reflects on Her Bruce Hobbs Travelling Scholarship Trip to Calgary

Society Member Kate Evans Reflects on Her Bruce Hobbs Travelling Scholarship Trip to Calgary

Society Member Kate Evans, Sports Therapy Programme Director and Senior Lecturer at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, was the 2017 winner of The Society of Sports Therapists’ Bruce Hobbs Travelling Scholarship to Calgary in Canada. Kate’s winning application afforded her the opportunity to study a Continuing Professional Development course Continue reading

New Collaboration with York University, Toronto Provides a Memorable Experience for Laura Clint

New Collaboration with York University, Toronto Provides a Memorable Experience for Laura Clint

University of Hertfordshire Graduate Laura Clint was the 2017 winner of the inaugural Travelling Scholarship to York University, Toronto. Laura was based at the Gorman Shore Athletic Therapy Clinic, a teaching clinic for students on York’s Athletic Therapy Certificate Programme. Continue reading

Masters Sports Therapy Degree Provides Career Stepping Stone for Julie Anne Lacroix

Masters Sports Therapy Degree Provides Career Stepping Stone for Julie Anne Lacroix

Julie Anne Lacroix graduated from the University of Gloucestershire with an MSc in Sports Therapy in November last year, previously earning a BSc in Kinesiology at the University of Montreal in 2012. She has since settled in the UK with her partner and currently balances her Sports Therapy skills between two very different sports Continue reading

International Placement Experience for Hartpury College Students

International Placement Experience for Hartpury College Students

International travel can often be part of a sports therapist’s role and Hartpury College 3rd year Sports Therapy students Sophie Kalpin, Hazel Fowmes and Kirsten Wing have enjoyed some great early experience, undertaking their placements with teams across the globe. Continue reading

British Triathlon Provides Rich Source of Experience for Sam Barry-Wilson

British Triathlon Provides Rich Source of Experience for Sam Barry-Wilson

University of Gloucestershire Academic Subject Leader for Sport and Exercise Sam Barry-Wilson, talks in this article about how a chance conversation led to working with British Triathlon. It is a great example to any one starting out on a career in Sports Therapy as to how things can develop, and the opportunities that can arise. Continue reading

UCB Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Student Conference

UCB Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Student Conference

University College Birmingham is hosting a Sports Performance and Rehabilitation Student Conference on Friday 27th October, 9-4.30pm. Aimed at 2nd and 3rd year students and recent graduates, topics will include monitoring training and competition loads, minimising and reversing disuse-induced muscle atrophy, reducing knee injuries in elite female soccer an Continue reading

England Handball Provides Great Opportunity for Two Bucks New University Students

England Handball Provides Great Opportunity for Two Bucks New University Students

Bucks New University Sports Therapy Students Marilie Appel and Michaela Weedon recently undertook a groundbreaking trip to Denmark with athletes and staff from England Handball. Sports Therapy Course Leader Kevin Campbell- Karn said : ‘This was a great opportunity for Marilie and Michaela and they both did extremely well. Continue reading

University of Windsor Proving a Big Hit with Zoe Hughes-Jones

University of Windsor Proving a Big Hit with Zoe Hughes-Jones

University of Chichester Graduate Zoe Hughes-Jones was this year’s winner of the University of Windsor Travelling Scholarship. Athletic Therapist Kathy Harvie had travelled to England in July to be part of the interview process, and together with her husband John were both at Windsor Airport to meet their 9th Society of Sports Therapists’ Graduate Winner. Continue reading

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