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Profile - Living the dream

Frontline article - Posted on 01/07/2013

Tracy Lewis quit banking to become a physio. Now, 15 years after qualifying, she tells Sally Priestley about her dream job with the England women’s football squad. ...

Physios needed for football challenge

Frontline article - Posted on 16/04/2013

Physiotherapists are needed to volunteer at football matches this summer aimed at improving the lives of homeless people. ...

Football clubs receive new funding for defibrillators

News item - Posted on 19/03/2013

19 March 2013 More than £1m is being made available to provide football clubs with defibrillators that could help save players and ...

Football focus

Frontline article - Posted on 01/08/2012

Many physios dream of working with top-flight footballers. Ian A McMillan finds out about the reality from Spurs’ head physio Geoff Scott ...

Physios line up to boost football credentials at £100 million centre

Frontline article - Posted on 16/07/2012

The University of Birmingham has teamed up with the Football Association to offer physios an opportunity to gain a football-related qualification. ...

Viewpoint - Sudden death risk affects all

Frontline article - Posted on 15/05/2012

It’s not just physios in elite sport who should save lives, says Rick Sedgewick The recent events involving Bolton footballer ...

Heart of the matter

Frontline article - Posted on 15/05/2012

In the wake of the high-profile case of footballer Fabrice Muamba’s cardiac arrest, Ian A McMillan speaks exclusively to two top-flight physios whose speedy response helped him survive ...

Amputee footballers aim for Olympics

Frontline article - Posted on 17/01/2011

Footballers with limb deficiencies are in demand, says physio Katrina Wilkin, who accompanied the Great Britain team at the Amputee Football World Cup that took place in Argentina last year. ...

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