by Kerry Glendon – Specialist Physiotherapist, Perform at St. George’s Park
We are deeply saddened to hear of the death of Simon Andrews
It has been shown that resilient people perform up to 85 per cent more effectively and have a better worklife balance than their less resilient counterparts - the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson immedia
Perform at The Ageas Bowl is a bespoke Sports Medicine Centre built within the grounds of Hampshire Cricket.
By Donna Gormley, Specialist Physiotherapist at Perform at St. George's Park
MSc MSc PgDip BSc (Hons) mCSP mMACP
More chronic groin pain is a far more challenging condition that is becoming increasingly prevalent in
the modern player, with time lost to injury ranging from 2-3 months to 1-2 years.
Double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah makes his London Marathon debut on 13th April this year. He will run all 26.2 miles in just over two hours ‘fingers crossed’.
So far the scheme has been a roaring success, having served 268 weeks of rehabilitation to 140 players from 62 different clubs, as well as 14 ex-players and 31 who are out of contract.
By Dorian Dugmore,
Director of Corporate Wellbeing, Perform at St. George’s Park
By Charlotte Cowie,
Sports and Exercise Medicine Doctor, Perform at St. George's Park