To all my wonderful patients that helped to make this happen. I will be forever grateful for your help. We did it!
MSc Sports Physiotherapy graduated at University of Bath 2018
We are seeking tennis players to be participants in a scientific study focussing on shoulder injuries.
We are conducting a local research project in the Bath and Weybridge/West Byfleet-areas in conjunction with the University of Bath Sport and Exercise Department during June-August 2017. The tests will take place at local indoor tennis clubs in Weybridge area and in the Bath area.
The duration of the testing is approximately 2hrs.
This study has now been completed. The second part of the study will take place in due course and all applicants will be invited to participate via email.
All results of each individual participant will be sent via email after completion of the study.
We would like to thank all study participants and their coaches for such an overwhelming response and interest in this study! It is much appreciated and will benefit many sports groups and individuals in future.
For any enquiries please contact us on email@example.com
03/08/2014: Suegnet Meyer was an official physiotherapist at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. She performed pitch-side injury management for world-class gymnasts during the Artistic and Rhythmic Gymnastics events at the SSE Hydro Indoor Arena. Continue reading
29/06/2014: During the annual St George’s Hill Lawn Tennis club Championships Meyer & Associates provided pitch-side physio therapy services to all the participants. A treatment area was set up under a gazebo with a physiotherapy plinth and other equipment where our physios were on hand to help with any injuries, pains and sore muscles.
11/01/2012: LDN Basketball, a London-based basketball club, organised a 3×3 basketball tournament on Saturday 7 January. 3×3 Basketball is a new discipline being promoted by the International Basketball Federation – FIBA. The tournament’s aim wasn’t just to showcase the 3×3 Basketball format in a fun environment, but also to raise funds and lend support to UNICEF’s mission – helping underprivileged children around the world. Continue reading