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Liverpool Hope Unveils New Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation Clinic

UNITED KINGDOM / AGILITYPR.NEWS / December 02, 2019 / A new Physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation Clinic and clinical teaching space at Liverpool Hope University will not only provide state-of-the-art training facilities for students, but also access to treatment for members staff, students, and the local community.

 

The Clinic was officially unveiled on Friday 29th November at a special ceremony organised as part of the 2nd Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference, which is being held at Liverpool Hope from Friday 29th – Saturday 30th November 2019.

 

Located in the University’s Hope Park Sports Complex, the Clinic will allow students on the University’s Sports Rehabilitation course to put learning into practice, as they study the current theories and principles in sport injuries.

 

Professor Omid Khaiyat, Head of Liverpool Hope University’s School of Health Sciences, said: “We are determined to develop our reputation in the field of Sport Rehabilitation, and hosting an internationally recognised biannual Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference at Hope Park, the development of new clinical facilities, formation of a new accredited course in Sport Rehabilitation, and investment in staffing are strong examples of our strategic commitments towards this aim.”

 

Led by Clinical Tutors Daniel Richards and Victoria Joyce, who are members of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the British Association for Sport Rehabilitators (BASRaT), the Clinic will offer services designed to prevent, assess, treat, rehabilitate and manage injuries. Students will be able to observe consultations and develop their knowledge and skills base.

 

The Clinic will offer initial consultations at a reduced rate for staff and students of the University, while members of the public can book an initial 40-minute consultation for a fee of £40.

 

Sessions will feature professional advice regarding conditions, and treatments may include; massage and soft tissue release, joint mobilisations, postural correction, electrotherapy, exercise prescription, strapping and taping. In 2020, student-led Sports Massages will also be offered as part of the treatment programme.

 

To book an appointment please email, theclinic@hope.ac.uk, and a member of the team will respond within 24 hours.

 

The field of Shoulder Rehabilitation in sports is fast changing, as technological, scientific, and clinical advances collectively continue to produce an overwhelming range of new knowledge and evidence. The 2nd Shoulder Rehabilitation Conference welcomed experts in the field from across the globe to share knowledge and the most recent advances in the field.


Liverpool Hope University’s Sports Rehabilitation BSc (Hons) degree is recognised by the British Association of Sport Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT) for the purpose of bestowing the title of Graduate Sport Rehabilitator (GSR) and entering onto the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) in Health and Social Care Accredited Voluntary Register.


Find out more about the Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation Clinic (PSRC), including booking information, here.


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With a history extending 175 years, Liverpool Hope has a rich heritage that pre-dates many ‘red brick’ universities, but remains focused on the future.


The University has two main campuses- Hope Park, Childwall, and the Creative Campus in Liverpool city centre. Both have seen major investment, so traditional architecture now sits beside contemporary buildings and facilities.


• The Destination of Leavers from Higher Education 2016/17 survey places Liverpool Hope 2nd in the UK and 1st in England for graduate employment, with 98.1 per cent of graduates in employment or further education six months after graduating.


• In the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), Liverpool Hope received Gold rating and is the only one of the three universities in Liverpool to get Gold rating. One in five Higher Education providers across the UK has achieved the Gold standard.

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