[4 of 6] Treatment Interventions For The New Age Sports & Private Practice Healthcare Professional

Welcome to part 4 of 6 In Preparation For The Launch Of My New Free Mini Course ‘The New Age Sports & Private Practice Healthcare Professional ‘which is out early January, 2017… Part 4 of 6 Pillars of the New age Sports and private practice healthcare professional series In this blog, you will discover how to…

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[3 of 6] The Objective Assessment For The New Age Sports & Private Practice Healthcare Professional

Welcome to part 3 of 6 In Preparation For The Launch Of My New Free Mini Course ‘The New Age Sports & Private Practice Healthcare Professional ‘which is out early January, 2017… Part 3 of 6 Pillars of the New age Sports and private practice healthcare professional series In this blog, you will discover more…

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[1 Of 6] 5 Pillars Of The New Age Professional Sports & Private Practice Healthcare Professional

Welcome to the new 6 Part Blog Series In Preparation For The Launch Of My New Free Mini Course ‘The New Age Sports & Private Practice Healthcare Professional’ which is out early January, 2017… What is ‘The New Ages Sports & Private Practice Healthcare Professional’? Well, there are more and more sports and private practice…

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biggest mistake with hamstring return to play rehab

The Biggest Mistake With Hamstring Rehab Return To Play Therapists’ Often Overlook

*Please note, the Posterior Knee Stability Course Is Now Closed And Will Not Re-open For Enrolment Until Mid 2017 The Biggest Mistake With Hamstring Rehab Return To Play Therapists Overlook In this blog I am going to share with you one of the biggest mistakes I see therapists and strength and conditioning coaches make in an…

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asking tough questions but having the banter

The Balance Between Having The Banter & Asking Tough Questions With Your Patients

Asking The Tough Questions As A Therapist I was planning on having a funny story that happened to me last weekend with some good lessons to be learned, but obviously with the tragic news of Anthony Foley’s passing I didn’t think it was appropriate this week. What I wanted to do today is pay my own tribute to Axel… I had the privilege…

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Stepping Up To Become A Head Physiotherapist At A Professional Sports Club With Huddersfield Giants Head Physio

  I’m here today at the Huddersfield Giants training ground. It’s exactly a year and a day since I’ve finished my full-time role in professional sport and this man Ali MacFarland took over from me as Head Physiotherapist. This is a great opportunity to speak to Ali about his first year in charge of a…

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5 Important Points From My Trip To Holland To Meet Frans Bosch

On the 2nd of September 2016, I left Huddersfield on a dark cold morning at 5.45am, travelled to Amsterdam via Manchester Airport and back again late that Friday evening in order to present my mentorship content to Frans Bosch. As the mentorship continues to grow, it is important to me that I am held accountable…

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Getting an Opportunity in Sport

As a sports physiotherapist for a professional sports team, I could receive anywhere from 3 to 10 letters, emails or calls a month, from students asking for work experience, official university placements or job opportunities. Here…

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3 Tips For Screening Athletes

What Exactly Should You Be Doing To Screen Athletes For Injury Prevention and Performance Improvements? For The First Time, We Reveal Our 3 Top Tips We Use Every Day In Professional Sport For Screening Athletes…

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Dissecting The Ankle Mobility Test

The ankle mobility test is a test that is commonly used in the Strength and Conditioning and also Therapy settings on a daily basis. What we find with most our students is that there is a lack of understanding of some of the structures…

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