MEDICINE & PERFORMANCE HUB
Welcome to the Medicine & Performance hub!
The hub hosts an array of information for the grassroots community.
Dr Anwar Shea is a highly qualified and experienced counsellor/psychologist. Dr Shea has supplied the following information to help give a better understanding: What is therapy and how does it work…
Therapy offers an opportunity for people to explore, with a therapist in a confidential setting, any problems or painful areas in their lives.
Most of us experience times when we find it difficult to cope, and we need the support and understanding of someone who is impartial and non judgemental i.e. therapy. Therapy offers us time to explore our problems with someone we can trust who hopefully can help us to achieve deeper and clearer understanding of ourselves and the nature of our distress. This will often lead to a new perspective on our lives, which will eventually help us make changes and choices accordingly.
Dr Shea is available to contact via the FMPA Register. You can access her profile page here
Welcome to the Mike Clegg podcast – on this podcast Mick welcomes Eammon Salmon, the CEO of the Football Medical and Performance Association.
Mr Salmon is a former Premiership Physiotherapist and Private Practitioner, that now runs the FMPA, an association that provides support for current medical and fitness professionals within sport.
Eammon was the physiotherapist at Manchester City Football Club for three years, and previous to that was at Plymouth Argyle!
Sit back, relax and enjoy the podcast. CLICK HERE TO WATCH
A 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)
The ankle is one of the most common sites of injury in football, with a large percentage of those suffering an initial injury likely to have a recurrence. There remains a lot of debate regarding the best way of managing these injuries, along with the most effective testing methods that lead to minimising injury recurrence once a player has returned to training and competition.
This article has been supplied by former Liverpool FC Physiotherapist Andy Renshaw. Read the full article here
FEATURE ARTICLE / ANDREW WISEMAN & GEORGIE BRUINVELS
Female athletes are two to eights times more likely to rupture their anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) than men when using the same rules and equipment.
I Told Sir Alex Ferguson No… – David Fevre!
Mike Clegg’s podcast guest is David Fevre, David used to be the Physiotherapist of Wigan Rugby League, Great Britain Rugby League, the Senior Chartered Physiotherapist of Manchester United, as well as Blackburn Rovers and is now a freelance Chartered Physiotherapist!
David Fevre made the move from Rugby League to Football and explains the differences, the similarities and shares his stories whilst working with people such as Sir Alex, Roy Keane, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Eric Cantona, David Beckham and so on!
Sit back and enjoy this podcast. CLICK HERE TO WATCH.
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Kick It Out is English football’s equality and inclusion organisation.
Kick It Out has a number of methods by which you can report incidents of discrimination in football – whether it’s involving a grassroots, non-league or professional game, as well as online abuse.
Report to Kick It Out using the methods shown here