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A unique opportunity to hear from Sport Rehabilitators working in varying settings.

Presenting a stimulating keynote and excellent practical workshops, bringing your course to life and inspiring your future career.

We are very fortunate to be presenting a Keynote by Sport Rehabilitator, Hannah Crowley who works with elite athletes.

Unmissable Keynote from Hannah Crowley, Sport Rehabilitator for British Cycling who works with Olympic track athletes and prepared athletes for the 2016 Rio Olympics.


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Keynote - Hannah Crowley, Sport Rehabilitator, British Cycling

Hannah works at British Cycling as a Sports Rehabilitation Therapist with Olympic track athletes. Hannah leads the working partnership between the Medical and Strength and Conditioning teams, she has implemented treatment and rehabilitation plans that have had a direct impact on the preparation and performance of cyclists at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Through my applied experiences in Cycling, I have learnt about the significant demands of elite cycling and how a multidisciplinary performance support team works to achieve this.

Hannah previously worked in a private clinic overseeing the treatment and rehabilitation of patients with a wide range of physical injuries and conditions. Alongside this private work she worked for the English Institute of Sport as a Soft Tissue Therapist and travelled internationally with the British Athletics Paralympic programme. During her time with British Athletics she supported the GB squad with soft tissue therapy at the London 2012 Paralympics, two World Championships and a European Championships.

Hannah studied Sport Rehabilitation at Salford University which provided the foundations for her learning, understanding and fascination of human movement. Outside of work she likes getting out on her bike although only as a leisure pursuit!

Ryan Gordan, Sport Rehabilitator

I gained a first class honours in BSc Sport Rehabilitation from the University of Salford. Since graduating, I have been working as a clinician across various musculoskeletal clinics, most recently setting up my own practise. My patient cohort is varied, ranging from amateur and professional athletes in various sports, through to stroke rehabilitation patients. Exercise Rehabilitation is at the heart of my approach to treatment, supported by manual therapy techniques from a holistic approach. I also teach IASTM CPD courses across the UK, to professional sports clubs, NHS Physiotherapy departments and clinicians in private practise. I have recently started a Master's degree in Strength and Conditioning. The theory, research and practise within Strength and Conditioning compliments my background in Sport Rehabilitation and will help me to achieve the best possible outcomes with patients.

Adam Naylor, Programme Lead

Adam is a Graduate Sport Rehabilitator and the programme lead for the BSc and MSc degrees delivered at University of Bolton. Adam is a strength and conditioning specialist, currently completing his PhD in fatigue, recovery and whole-body cryotherapy, and a level 2 Triathlon coach.

Adam manages many athletes with running and triathlon-based injuries using the techniques covered in the workshop, and competes in many running and triathlon events, from 10km races to Ironman ultra endurance events.

Oliver Coburn, Registrar and Sport Rehabilitator

Ollie is a Graduate Sport Rehabilitator and also has a masters degree in Public Health. He's worked in a variety of roles spanning professional sport, rehab clinics and university lecturing.

Ollie has recently begun a role with BASRaT but continues his clinical work on a part-time consultancy basis. Predominantly, this involves working with local club athletes from a variety of sports. Outside of work, Ollie competes for his club in running events from 5km to Ultramarathon distance.

Mick Dwyer, Lecturer, University of Bedfordshire.

With a PGCE and MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine, I have developed a keen interest in the Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) training and the beneficial adaptation to athlete recovery through rehabilitation.

I have been Head of Science and Medicine at Ampthill & District RUFC for 12 years, implementing and managing player health, conditioning and wellbeing protocols whilst leading the medical team throughout the season during training and conditioning and managing the game day staff. I have also taken a leading role within East Midlands Rugby Union, leading the match day medical team throughout the 2016-2018 County Championships. I previously worked with International Rugby League teams - Germany, Estonia, Wales, and England Lionhearts.



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