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Steve Allen

PHYSIOTHERAPIST

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With over 30 years experience in professional football physiotherapy. Steve Allen has previously had posts as Head Physiotherapist at Wimbledon FC, Crystal Palace FC, Cardiff City FC, West Ham United FC, Charlton Athletic FC, Portsmouth FC and Bristol City FC.

He was also a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Ashtead Hospital and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Wimbledon Clinics, Parkside Hospital.

Steve qualified with an BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in Brunel University.  He also has a BSc (Hons) in Sports Science and holds the Football Association Treatment and Management of Injury Diploma and the Football Association Advanced Trauma Medical Management in football. In 2017 Steve picked up the highly-prestigious honour of FMPA Longstanding Service Award VIEW VIDEO.

Steve is a Chartered Physiotherapist and is registered with the Health Professions Council. He is also a member of the Football Medicine and Performance Association (FMPA), member of The Society of Sports Therapists (SST) and member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).

Steve Allen Physiotherapy is a dedicated practice specialising in the diagnosis treatment and rehabilitation of a acute and chronic musculoskeletal and sports injuries.

He offers years of experience and reputation for solving problems by addressing all aspects of a patients clinical condition. This holistic approach is achieved through careful analysis to human movement and function. The aim is not only to accurately diagnose and treat your condition but to also investigate the underlying causes.

Every client will have an initial consultation, which will enable:

  • An in-depth assessment of your lifestyle, medical history and present complaint, which will be followed by a physical examination
  • A diagnosis of your condition and formulation of a treatment plan
  • These bespoke treatment sessions can include, mobilisation and manipulation of joints, soft tissue techniques, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation, cupping, acupuncture, electro therapy, taping and specific exercise regimes.

The aim of treatment is to reduce pain, increase range and movement and gain strength, co-ordination and stability.

Contact Steve via the FMPA Register click here

‘This is a brilliant project that will put us in touch personally with fans and grassroots football.

Having been involved in Private Practice alongside Football for many years, I am convinced that this will be a resounding success. This is a great initiative.’

Derek Wright, Head Physiotherapist, Newcastle United FC

Taking up private practice is the natural progression for most of us as we leave the game.

We genuinely do want to give something back to football and working with the register and at grassroots level gives us the perfect opportunity’.

Alan Smith, Head Physiotherapist,

Aston Villa FC

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BECOME A MEMBER OF OUR ELITE FMPA REGISTER!

This is an elite register listing of medical and science practitioners who have experience and expertise in the professional football arena.

The FMPA Register is already being used as a resource for staff at clubs to find practitioners and is proving to be an attractive medium for those in practice to highlight their clinics, services and personal profile.

ARE YOU?

  • SURGEON
  • PHYSICIAN
  • DOCTOR
  • PHYSIOTHERAPIST
  • SPORTS SCIENTIST
  • SPORTS PSYCHOLOGIST
  • STRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH
  • SOFT TISSUE THERAPIST
  • DENTIST
  • OSTEOPATH
  • CHIROPRACTOR
  • SPORTS THERAPIST
  • OPTOMETRIST
  • NUTRITIONIST
  • PODIATRIST
  • SPORTS REHABILITATOR

HAVE YOU?

WORKED IN A PROFESSIONAL CAPACITY WITH PLAYERS OR A CLUB IN THE TOP 5 TIERS IN ENGLISH FOOTBALL, THE TOP 2 TIERS IN SCOTLAND, NATIONAL TEAMS OR THE FA WSL 1 & 2?

IF SO:

YOU ARE ELIGIBLE TO BE PART OF AN EXCLUSIVE REGISTER

THAT WILL:

FLAG UP YOUR SPORTING EXPERTISE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE WITHIN THE GAME TO MAXIMISE YOUR CLIENT POTENTIAL

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LATEST NEWS

Astonishing findings to new UEFA study

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According to a new European study, it has proven that participation in grassroots football delivers more than £1bn of positive value to Scottish society. Providing economic, health and social benefits.

Scotland has 147,555 registered players, however there are more than 780,000 football players in Scotland.

The FMPA is fully behind this study and are playing their part in keeping people fit and in the game for longer. The FMPA Register will bring together the public, who are looking for practitioners they can trust, with the experience and skills to treat a football injury and promote a rapid return to play.

FMPA Register – making sure players receive the best care possible, from the very best in the game!

Read full story here

Introduction to the Management of Sprains and Strains

Date: 31st October 2018

Time: 1.00-2.00pm

Webinar providing CPD accredited training, particularly appropriate for physiotherapists, grass roots trainers and first aiders involved in field training, or any healthcare professional handling sprain and strain injuries.

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UPDATES

New features are constantly being added to the Register, in order to promote and highlight members.

The FMPA has created 3 options to select on your profile, which are as follows:

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This coding system together with your bio on the profile page allows you to stand out and be quickly sourced by your next employer, patient or client!

FMPA Register

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The FMPA has developed an FMPA Register for medics, therapists, scientists and allied professionals such as psychologists, podiatrists and dentists working within private practice and/or providing a consultancy based service to a Professional Football club

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GRASSROOTS BLOG

hugely popular initiative putting grassroots football in touch with the very best in the professional game.

Our register of practitioners have experience working in professional football with clubs and national teams, such as Manchester City FC, Chelsea FC, Norwich City FC, Leeds United FC and Arsenal FC to name just a few…(read more)

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Read back copies of Football Medic & Scientist Magazine

including FMPA Register articles

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The FMPA Register continues to grow!!! Search for an elite practitioner with skills, expertise and experience working in professional football!

Search the FMPA Register

Join the FMPA Register

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In need of a Doctor, Physiotherapist or a Sports Therapist!?

Contact them on the FMPA Register!

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Latest advertisements placed in the Burnley Express KICK OFF 2017/18 Burnley FC Pre-Season Special Publication

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FMA Register – SUPPORTING GRASSROOTS FOOTBALL

 

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Summer edition of ‘football medic & scientist’ magazine is out now!

In this issue:

  • Art of Treating Clearly
  • Sports Psychology
  • Everton Doc Retires
  • Developing Elite Performance

Exclusive:

FMPA Conference – Full Review and Pictures

Including:

FMPA Register Article

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Celtic Woman's FC Strength & Conditioning Coach Andrew Wiseman
Celtic Women’s FC Strength & Conditioning Coach Andrew Wiseman

CELTIC WOMEN’S FC USING NEW APP REDEFINING THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE AROUND OPTIMIZING ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE

Celtic Women’s FC strength and conditioning coach and FMPA Member Andrew Wiseman assisted with trialling a new app and the team became the first in the world to use it! The team were recognised in a recent edition of Forbes magazine.

Read more on the FMPA News site click here

Contact Andrew Wiseman on the FMPA Register click here

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We have received an incredible response so far and this is a remarkable initiative that will allow grassroots players to access personnel who are a part of their local football team and who treat their favourite player! At the same time, this will help keep people healthy and playing the game for longer!

Read the full article here

  • The Spring 2017 edition ‘Football Medic & Scientist’ magazine features a double page spread about the FMPA Register!

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  • FMPA Register article to feature in the Spring 2017 edition ‘Football Medic & Scientist’ magazine

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  • Support sought from UK Sport and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)
  • FMPA Register project proposal submitted to the Football Foundation
  • CryoAction agree to support by promoting the FMPA Register initiative to their database

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  • Prostate Cancer UK agree to support by promoting the FMPA Register initiative to their database

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Danny Fishwick

“Just want to say thanks as I start a new job at Wolves next week and couldn’t have done it without the FMPA!! I think it is a great tool for us and some really good info, education and job section!! Everyone I’ve spoken to have also been really helpful!! Thanks, Dan”

Great feedback from one of our members… Thank you Danny Fishwick.