Ian Wrightson | Sports Therapist
Ian graduated from London Metropolitan University in 2007 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Sports Therapy. He has been a fully accredited member of the Society of Sports Therapists ever since. Ian has previously worked in the Physiotherapy department at London Scottish Rugby Club, providing assessment and treatment to professional and amateur players with a wide range of injuries, as well as producing and co-ordinating structured rehabilitation programmes in his role as the club’s Rehabilitation Supervisor. He has also provided Sports Therapy and sports massage to riders of the Felt-Colbornes-Hargroves RT, who were one of the top ranked road cycling teams in the country at the time. Ian has previously worked at the Optimum Fitness sports injury clinic at the Surrey Sports Park, Guildford, where he worked with patients from all walks of life, including many high performance, elite, and professional athletes.
He has a special interest in lower limb movement mechanics in relation to walking and running gait, as well as cycling biomechanics. With a background in collision sports, the shoulder is also a source of interest for Ian. He also sees his role as that of an educator, helping patients/athletes/coaches/managers/parents understand the exact details of the injury or dysfunction.
Ian is a keen sportsman, having played county and divisional rugby union, as well as competing in cricket, tennis, hockey and athletics. He has since turned his passion for competition to road cycling. He teams his passion for sport and exercise with a constant desire to learn and is constantly striving to hone his skills as a skilled and empathetic practitioner. This is highlighted by his CPD learning which covers topics across the fields of Sports Therapy, Physiotherapy, Strength and Conditioning, Physiology, Rehabilitation, Sports Massage, Sports Coaching and Orthopaedic Medicine.
Elizabeth Farrant | Sports Massage Therapist
Elizabeth gained her qualification in Sports Massage in 2018 and has been a practising member of the Sports Therapy Association. Prior to this she graduated with a BSc (hons) in Sports Science Performance in 2017 and a MSc in Strength and Conditioning in 2018 both from the University of Chichester.
Elizabeth has a particular interest in football and has previously worked with the University of Chichester Women’s Football Club high performance academy, Chichester City football Club, and England Universities Woman’s Football. Elizabeth also has a keen interest in a range of other sports including rugby, tennis and triathlon.
With previous experience in Sport science and Strength & Conditioning, she has an interest in training load management and recovery strategies with the aim to keep athletes injury free and performing at their best!
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