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Sports Injury Treatment

Rehab and Sports Massage

BILLERICAY SPORTS THERAPY

Billericay Sports Therapy provides specialist treatment and rehabilitation for sport and occupational induced injuries and sports massage to people of Billericay and the surrounding areas in Essex.

We aim to return you to your optimal functional capabilities in the safest and quickest time possible, giving advice and guidance on measures to prevent recurrence and future injury. We pay particilar attention to finding and addressing the root cause of your injury via full subjective and biomechanical assessments.

GARY LING, SPORTS THERAPIST

Billericay Sports therapy clinic was established by Gary Ling who is a fully qualified professional Sports Therapist and a registered member of
The Society of Sports Therapists.

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Gary works with professional and amateur atheletes and has worked for a number of various non-league football clubs including local club Billericay Town FC, where he spent a total of 7 years. He also spent 5 years as the Centre of Excellence head Sports Therapist at football league club Southend United FC. Gary is currently the sole Sports Therapist and strength and conditioning coach for local, professional 400m hurdler Hayley Mclean. Hayley competed in the 2014 commonwealth games and is set to qualify for the 2016 Olympic games in Brazil.

Other past and present patients to Billericay Sports Therapy Clinic include professional footballers, International and Essex squash players, International youth athletes and other amateur sports people from a varying range of sports such as running, swimming, dancing and athletics etc.

WHAT IS SPORTS THERAPY?

Sports Therapy is an area of healthcare which specifically deals with the prevention, the treatment and the rehabilitation of injuries to professional and amateur athletes, people who keep fit for fun and accident victims, regardless of age, sport or ability. This is achieved via treatment plans which include various manual therapy techniques, electrotherapy, and progressive exercise rehabilitation.

Although some physiotherapists focus on sports-related cases, sports therapy and rehabilitation is a separate profession and is concerned with musculo-skeletal conditions arising from sporting activity and/or occupational duties.

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