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Jessica and Will Lead the Way on Government Petition

Jessica and Will Lead the Way on Government Petition

As hopefully you are all now aware, a Government petition has been created to gather votes in favour of the Statutory Regulation of Sports Therapists. As this article is posted we have passed the 8,400 signature mark. Our primary target is 10,000 as that is the magic number where the Government is required to give a response. Continue reading

University of Gloucestershire MSc Sports Therapy Student Lands Dream Job with Madison Genesis

University of Gloucestershire MSc Sports Therapy Student Lands Dream Job with Madison Genesis

Daniel Ford will soon graduate from his MSc Sports Therapy Degree at the University of Gloucestershire and has already managed to secure his dream job – Sports Therapist to the Madison Genesis cycling team. We spoke to him to see how this all came about and what his plans are for the future. Continue reading

New Book Alert!

New Book Alert!

The Society of Sports Therapists is pleased to announce that a comprehensive and authoritative reference book for both students and practitioners of Sports Therapy is now published and available for purchase. Continue reading

University of Chichester Graduate Paige Wise Talks About the Challenges of Running Her Own Business

University of Chichester Graduate Paige Wise Talks About the Challenges of Running Her Own Business

Paige, a recent University of Chichester Graduate set up her own clinic this year and we got in touch with her to find out about the challenges she faced and how she dealt with them. Continue reading

UEL Sports Therapy Students Get Hands-on Experience at International Cricket Tournament

UEL Sports Therapy Students Get Hands-on Experience at International Cricket Tournament

Three Graduates from UEL’s Sports Therapy Employability Programme (STEP) and a current 2nd year student gained some valuable practical experience by volunteering at a recent international cricket tournament. Continue reading

University of East London Lecturer Michael Cole Receives Top Award

University of East London Lecturer Michael Cole Receives Top Award

At the beginning of September Michael Cole, Senior Lecturer in Sports Therapy at the University of East London, was awarded the status of 'Principle Fellow' of the Higher Education Academy - the first Lecturer to receive this award from the subject area of Sport, at the University. Continue reading

Canada is making a big impression on Sheena

Canada is making a big impression on Sheena

UCLan Graduate Sheena Davis was this year’s winner of The Society of Sports Therapists’ internship at the University of Windsor, Canada. The initial part of Sheena’s trip has seen her spending time with Athletic Therapists Kathy Harvie and Dave Stoute who run the Green Shield Sports Therapy Clinic on the University campus. Continue reading

Channel 5 News Interview for Society Member Lauren Pearson

Channel 5 News Interview for Society Member Lauren Pearson

Society Member Lauren Pearson was recently interviewed by Channel 5 News, when the story broke regarding Chelsea Football Club Manager, Jose Mourinho, and his outburst with two members of his medical team; Dr Eva Carneiro, one of the clubs team doctors and club physiotherapist Jon Fearn. Continue reading

Society Chairman talks to Professor Karim Khan, Editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine

Society Chairman talks to Professor Karim Khan, Editor of the British Journal of Sports Medicine

Professor Graham Smith was recently interviewed by Professor Karim Khan as part of the British Journal of Sports Medicine's (BJSM) brilliant series of podcasts. Continue reading

Sexism in sport – a passing fad or a growing concern?

Sexism in sport – a passing fad or a growing concern?

Over the past few weeks, there appears to have been an increasing trend of disrespect shown towards female healthcare professionals working in sport, particularly football. The Society of Sports Therapists is extremely concerned about this, especially with many of its female members working with, and for, football teams at all levels of the game. Continue reading

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