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July 2, 2019
Surrey Sports Park’s own Injury clinic The Treatment Room is delighted to welcome Samuel Greenwood to its staff of therapists.
With an MSc in Sports Therapy and BSc in Sports Science, Sam has five-years’ worth of experience working at Millwall FC with their first team, as well as working in private practice . His specialities include Exercise Rehabilitation, Rehab Pilates, Over-Use Injuries and Lower-Back Pain, while also holding qualifications in Dry Needling and Gait Re-Education.
“You can come to see me for any injuries that are preventing you from training or competing,” explains Sam, “even if they are just aches and pains that may be affecting your day-to-day activities. Having worked in elite sport, I like to treat everyone as I would those professional athletes. My focus is on returning to full fitness, whether that be to elite level sport or just day-to-day activities such as gardening. My aim is to not only diagnose and treat the injured area, but also to assess and treat any areas in the body that may allow the injury to re-occur.”
“I have always been active since a young age, being involved in a variety of sports, including Football and American Football. More recently my focus has been on cycling, in particular Time Trialling at the 10 and 25 mile distance.”
Sam’s arrival has enabled The Treatment Room to offer Sunday appointments, in addition to Saturday appointments with Georgia Whiffen.
The Treatment Room can radically improve your effectiveness at work, home and play – our small team can deal with a vast range of conditions, from a sore neck due to too much time spent at your desk, to knee pain from triathlon training.
We offer FREE 10-minute one-to-one consultations, in person or on the phone, to answer any questions you may have about a current issue or whether a full appointment with us is the right solution.
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From Saturday 19th September, it will be essential for every person in Surrey Sports Park’s communal areas to wear a face covering. This is in-line with the campus-wide policy introduced by the University of Surrey.
The policy does not apply whilst taking part in sport and exercise and activity areas are exempt.
The University considers that the responsibility of wearing a face covering sits with individuals and we expect all our staff, students and public to adhere to this requirement where possible.
Please be mindful and respectful towards members of our community who, due to exceptional circumstances, may be unable to wear a face covering; their reasons may not be visible to others.
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