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Kimberley Griffin

Kimberley Griffin

Sports Therapist

Kimberley currently works with amateur and professional sports people, and provides sports therapy to Prime Factors Racing Team competing in the World Endurance Championship.

Kimberley has worked with a wide range of sports such as rugby, hockey, football, netball and basketball and when training at university she undertook valuable voluntary with Northampton Town Football Club and Northampton Saints Rugby Club.

These experiences enabled her to hone her diagnostic skills, leading to a treatment style that incorporates deeper investigation of injuries, allowing the prevention of future related problems.

Her experience in a sporting environment has given her the opportunity to treat a wide range of sporting injuries. As well as working in these places Kimberley also works for the NHS. Through working with the NHS she is able to provide high quality patient care and confidentiality at all times when dealing with patients and clients.

Bsc ( Hons) Sports Therapy
First Aid
Btec in sports & exercise science

Injury rehabilitation

Rehabilitation is the process to regain full function following an injury. It involves restoring strength, flexibility, endurance and power. It is achieved through various exercises, movements, stretches and drills. We believe rehabilitation is as important as treatment following an injury.

Consultation and injury assessment

Ultrasound is a method of stimulating the tissue beneath the skin’s surface using very high frequency sound waves. Therapeutic ultrasound in physical therapy is alternating compression and rarefaction of sound waves. Maximum energy absorption in soft tissue occurs from 2 to 5 cm. Intensity decreases as the waves penetrate deeper. They are absorbed primarily by connective tissue: ligaments, tendons, fascia and by scar tissue.

Relaxation massage

A high intensity deep tissue massage, ideal to treat injuries, areas of high muscle tension, to improve range of movement and to aid in the symmetry and balance of muscle with quality of posture.

Sports massage

Commonly used as a collaborative, supportive addition to the conventional medical treatment of illness and injury, alleviating pain and stress, aiding soft tissue healing, and revitalising the body.

Joint mobilisation

Joint mobilisation is a manual therapy intervention, a type of passive movement of a skeletal joint. It is usually aimed at a ‘target’ synovial joint with the aim of achieving a therapeutic effect. When applied to the spine, it is known as spinal mobilisation. Get in touch with our friendly and professional team today.

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