Assess, treat and prevent sports injuries with a Sports Doctor appointment, physiotherapy or sports massage.
Whether you are an elite athlete, a fun-runner, or recovering from an injury, our Sport Medicine team located in the Performance Centre of University of Birmingham Sport & Fitness offers a comprehensive service to prevent, manage and treat sport injuries.
The team is led by a consultant in (SEM) Sport and Exercise Medicine alongside specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapists, soft tissue therapists (sports massage) as well as rehabilitation conditioning coaches. The clinic is open to the public, so if you need to arrange a consultation or appointment with a sports medic, or physiotherapist appointment you can self-refer yourself to the clinic.
WHAT WE OFFER
MEET THE EXPERTS
Michael has significant multi-sport experience working with the student athletes/sports teams and is part of the support network which has contributed to the University being highly ranked in the UK for sport.
Daniel is part of Physiokinetic, the official medical support to The University of Birmingham Women's Hockey Club who play at the highest level nationally in the Investec Premier Division. He is involved in match day and training cover as well as clinic support
ANDREA DE MARCHI
Andrea has a special interest in sport injuries, injury prevention and spinal problems. He has completed a wide range of post-graduate training including his MSc and sport taping. Being a McKenzie Credentialed Therapist, he is highly trained in the use of the McKenzie Method, globally recognized as a leading treatment for back, neck and extremities disorders. He is also a full member of the MACP, the main organisation for manipulative therapists in the UK.
Becki is part of the Physiokinetic team and she works with the University scholarship athletes, TASS athletes and private patients.
Gareth qualified at the London School of Sports Massage in 2005. He has extensive experience in treating both amateur and elite athletes/sports persons. He worked with disability and able bodied athletes at the English Institute of Sport in preparation for London 2012 and subsequently went to both the Olympic and Paralympic Games, providing sports massage for the athletes as a volunteer.
Andrée is a University of Birmingham graduate and BTEC Level 5 Certified Soft Tissue Therapist. Working in both the NHS and in private practice, including 3 years at Lilleshall Hall National Sports Centre, she has developed her skills with Elite National athletes and medal winning Olympians. Currently based at the University of Birmingham Andrée provides soft tissue therapy to the sports scholars, staff and students as well as the general public.