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ActivePhysioCare Head Physio with the British Sailing Team.

Posted on: May 19th, 2022

It’s been great spending the last week working in the south of France with the British Sailing Team. One of the athletes I have been working with is Anna Burnet. She is Olympic silver medalist and world champion in Nacra 17 sailing. Back to Hartlepool for next week.


2022 Commonwealth Games

Posted on: March 30th, 2022

Martin will be heading to the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games to treat the top athletes attending.

Birmingham Commonwealth Games 2022


Therapy Expo 2021

Posted on: September 22nd, 2021

Martin will be one of this years headline speakers at TherapyExpo. 🎙
He will be speaking on some of the issues that are being hotly debated as well as the progression of the physio profession as a whole:

“As physiotherapy looks to move towards, and rightly so, an evidence-based practice (EBP) approach, it is that very same EBP research that is dividing the physiotherapy profession. Two camps are emerging between “hands on” and “hands off” physiotherapists. Both cite evidence to support                            .    their stance on the issue and both highlight evidence to refute the opposing view. Is this “Us versus Them” fractioning of physiotherapists in danger of not helping the person central to the treatment process, the patient?” 👨🏻‍⚕️

Therapy Expo 2021


Great North Run 2021

Posted on: September 20th, 2021

    Congrats to anyone who took part in this years Great North Run.
    If you’re back to training this week, remember to take it easy when recovering.🏃🏻
     

2020 Olympics Delayed

Posted on: May 11th, 2020

Unfortunately with the continuation of the corona virus, it has ben announced that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games will not go ahead. Our Head physiotherapist Martin has been working with the athletes that were due to compete at the games this summer. Although we now need to keep to social distancing and can’t work hands on with our athletes like we normally do, we are keeping our athletes on form so they are as fit as possible when normal training can resume.


Team GB Physio

Posted on: March 14th, 2019

Head physio Martin Davies will be working with Team GB Sailing in Palma at the end of March.

Lucky for some. Martin has been working with Team GB since 2018. The British Sailing Team is Britains most successful olympic team. As the athletes travel around the world to training camps and sailing competition regattas they need to be kept injury free. The British sailing team have a large sports science and sports medicine team that travel with the athletes. This sports science and sports medicine approach to modern day elite sport is essential in elite sport and ultimately results in them winning more medals than any other team.

As the olympics in 2020 comes ever closer the preparation becomes more critical. Sailing in conditions that replicate those to be raced in at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games gives invaluable experience to the sailers and helps the medical and sport science team and technical sports coaches refine the preparation to ensure everything peaks including the health of the athletes for those two weeks in Tokyo.


What Our Patients Say

"Martin has helped with a lot of my injuries, because skating is high injury sport it is really important to keep on top of anything that comes up. I really appreciate his work with me and my training is much more productive when i'm not suffering from any pain. Martin has also helped me retrain my body in core stability which has improved my centre of balance during complicated jumps and sequences. I would highly recommend his expert advice and treatment."
Mike Kerr, British Figure Skating Champion
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"Martin has helped with a lot of my injuries, because skating is high injury sport it is really important to keep on top of anything that comes up. I really appreciate his work with me and my training is much more productive when i'm not suffering from any pain. Martin has also helped me retrain my body in core stability which has improved my centre of balance during complicated jumps and sequences. I would highly recommend his expert advice and treatment." Mike Kerr, British Figure Skating Champion
"Without exception, the feedback from the people we have referred to you has been excellent. The promptness of your service and the quality of your advice and treatment has been superb."
Liz, Occupational Health Manager
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2018-07-10T14:25:24+00:00
"Without exception, the feedback from the people we have referred to you has been excellent. The promptness of your service and the quality of your advice and treatment has been superb." Liz, Occupational Health Manager
"Went to Active PhysioCare with terrible back pain. I got first rate professional care and treatment and improvement began with the first session. Bad back is gone and I would recommend Active PhysioCare to anyone."

Michael
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2021-09-20T13:22:48+00:00
"Went to Active PhysioCare with terrible back pain. I got first rate professional care and treatment and improvement began with the first session. Bad back is gone and I would recommend Active PhysioCare to anyone." Michael
"Thanks, Martin. Your treatment got rid of my neck pain in time for my snowboarding holiday."
John
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2018-09-17T12:24:50+00:00
"Thanks, Martin. Your treatment got rid of my neck pain in time for my snowboarding holiday." John
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