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Sports Professions

We have various accredited practitioners from a range of professions listed. For more details about the standards we require for listing on our site, a description of each profession, and the benefits each profession can provide for you and your sport, please click on the links to the left or below.


Physiotherapist

In sport settings physiotherapists work to restore movement and normal body function following injury or illness. Each athlete will make different demands on their body depending on their sport, the specific exercise they do, their physical condition and their lifestyle.

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Podiatrist

In sport settings, podiatrists help athletes by diagnosing and treating a wide range of problems affecting the feet, ankles and lower limbs. The following are examples of the types of conditions a podiatrist will commonly treat in athletes: ingrowing toenails, heel pain, big toe pain, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis (arch pain).

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Sport & Exercise Scientist (Physiology)

A Sport and Exercise Scientist (Physiology) listed on Accredited Sports Professionals has been formally recognized by the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences as being able to provide physiological support. Sport and Exercise Scientists who provide physiological support help athletes and exercisers get into to the best possible physical condition.

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Sport & Exercise Scientist (Psychology)

A Sport and Exercise Scientist (psychology) listed on Accredited Sports Professionals has been formally recognized by the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences as being able to provide scientific support in sport. Sport and Exercise Scientists who focus on psychology help athletes and teams develop their psychological approach to competition. For example, when working with an individual the focus could include enhancing confidence, dealing with anxiety and maintaining focus.

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