Dr Courtney Kipps explains the simple methods which you can incorporate into your daily training to help keep you running comfortably and without leaving you vulnerable or at significant risk of injury.
ISEH’s Clinical Specialist Physio (and lead GB ice skating Physio) Terassa Taylor-Kaveney reports on her very busy year in the life of a British Figure Skating Physiotherapist.
Terassa Taylor Kaveney, Physiotherapy Clinical Specialist in Sports and Exercise Medicine at ISEH is travelling to Peong Chang in South Korea for the 2018 Winter Olympics in her role as team leader and physiotherapist for British figure skating team.
Lead Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the ISEH and Lead Sport Physician at the English Institute of Sport, Dr Mike Loosemore has been awarded an MBE for services to sports medicine in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
In the final instalment on an introduction to bone stress injuries Dr Rick Seah, Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine looks at the management options for bone stress injuries.
Ros is Senior Multisport Physiotherapist for the English Institute of Sport (EIS) based at the ISEH.
The International Concussion and Head Injury Research Foundation (ICHIRF) is an international initiative looking at the long-term effects of concussion in men and women who have competed in impact sports.
The ISEH and UCL joined forces with Proactive Camden to monitor and evaluate an exciting and innovative physical activity initiative called ‘Camden Active Spaces’ for children and young people and their families, the findings of which are now available.
Dr Kal Parmar, ISEH Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine spoke at the recent ISEH Masterclass on athletic hip and groin pain to a group of sports team doctors, general practitioners and physiotherapists.
Dr Rick Seah, Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine continues his report on an introduction to bone stress injuries and looks at the clinical and radiological aspects.
The third meeting of the recently formed Royal College of Psychiatrists Sport and Exercise Psychiatry Special Interest Group (SEPSIG) recently took place at the ISEH.
In early September MSc in Performing Arts Medicine graduates travelled to Reykjavik in Iceland for the International Symposium for Performance Science (ISPS).