Practitioners //

Sam Huckerby, MSc. | Sports Therapist and CEO

 

Bsc (Hons) MSST. 

 

Sam has completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Sports Therapy at Northampton University afterwards he continued his education at Leeds Beckett University, completing a Masters degree in Sports Therapy and is a member of the Society of Sports Therapists.

 

During his education Sam has worked in various injury clinics, allowing him to gain experience with various types of musculoskeletal injuries.

 Sam is currently the head sports therapist of Lutterworth Rugby club and works within FIFA (Football Association) and the football premier League based at the Institute of sport St George’s Park. Sam has worked with several clubs such as Northampton Football Club, Leeds Rhinos and several GB athletes.

Sam a Sports Therapist which is a healthcare professional who has the knowledge, skills and ability to:

  • Provide the immediate care of work related and sport related injuries.

  • The ability to create pain free movement for all ages

  • Utilise sports and exercise principles to optimise performance, preparation and injury prevention programmes

  • Provide appropriate sport and remedial massage in a sport & exercise context

  • Plan and implement appropriate rehabilitation programme

Sam treatments sessions are built within five key areas of injury. These are:

  • Recognition & evaluation

  • Education

  • Management & treatment

  • Rehabilitation

  • Prevention

 

Common injuries Sam has treated are:

  • Fall related injuries

  • Work related injuries – desk and physical

  • Joint range of movement

  • Functional movement and posture correction

  • Pre and post operation treatment

  • Muscle strains and tears

  • Ligament strains and tears

  • Shoulder, hip and knee replacement; Pre operation and post operation treatment

  • Plantar Fasciitis

  • Achilles’ tendon injury

  • Shin Splints

  • Low back pain

  • Sciatica

  • Frozen shoulder

  • Shoulder impingement

  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

  • Neck pain

  • Adolescent injuries

  • Nutrition