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Jamie Webb @ Brighton Sports Therapy

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Jamie Webb is a self-confessed geek, albeit a very nice and personable one! His constant questions of ‘why?’ and ‘how?’ led him to discover Doug Heel’s Muscle Activation, which combined with his other skills make up Progressive Sports Therapy. His journey of learning is ongoing and Jamie is constantly seeking out and researching new ideas and approaches from physiotherapists around the world. His training credentials are impressive and are shared below.

Jamie coined the phrase ‘Progressive Sports Therapy’ to help explain his approach: it includes physiotherapy techniques, sports therapy, sports massage and Muscle Activation. This is a relatively new approach which Jamie learned from renowned physiotherapist and kinesiologist Doug Heel. Jamie’s ethos is ‘to improve the quality of people’s lives’ and he has dedicated his professional career to this end. He performed over 10,000 treatments at his successful clinic in Swindon before making the move to Brighton in 2012. He now splits his time between treating clients and writing his long awaited book aimed at passing on his knowledge to the next generation of Sports Therapists and Physiotherapists. Working title: The Pain Is Not The Problem! Available in all good book stores in a few years time!

Jamie is registered and insured with the Society Of Sports Therapists.

Jamie’s Qualifications And Registration

  • Advanced Diploma in Clinical Sports Therapy – 2004

  • Muscle Activation Techniques – Level 1 and 2 – with Physiotherapist Doug Heel – 2011

  • Mulligan Gentle Joint Mobilisation – with Physiotherapist Ed Wilson

  • Spinal, Leg and Arm Mobilisation – with Physiotherapist Professor Graham Smith

  • Fully Active Member Of The Society Of Sports Therapists For 13 years

Mark Gilmore @ Brighton Sports Therapy

Mark is an experienced registered physiotherapist (qualified in 2007)and with his background in sports and exercise science, a degree in physiotherapy, qualified yoga and meditation teacher, reiki therapist and his own history of injuries (3 surgeries, broken leg, sprained ankles, dead legs, hamstring injuries, shin splints, whiplash and more, Mark really does have it all covered!

Mark is really interested in the body and the mind and the links between the two. Having recently completed Doug Heel’s Be Activated level 1 and 2, he certainly has bought into the Brighton Sports Therapy’s ethos of Progressive Physiotherapy to ease your pain. Mark loves sport (he did a 4 yr degree in it!) especially football, rugby, adventure races and yoga. Mark is a fully registered Physiotherapist and insured through his registration with the Chartered Society Of Physiotherapists.

Mark’s Qualifications And Registration

  • Physiotherapy Degree From Royal College Of Surgeons Ireland University of Dublin – 2007

  • Douglas Heel – Be Activated Level 1 and Level 2

  • Hons Degree in Sports and Exercise Science University of Limerick – 1999

  • Specialist In Chronic Low Back Pain

  • Myofascial Trigger Point And Release Techniques

  • Insured As A Physiotherapist With The Chartered Society Of Physiotherapists

Sam Stephens @ Brighton Sports Therapy

Sam Stephens truly understands what it is to have life changing Sports Therapy. Having been one of Jamie’s first clients to receive Muscle Activation she packed in the day job, retrained as a Sports Therapist and now looks to affect people in the same positive way that she has benefited from. This experience gives her a uniquely empathetic approach.

She has a drive and determination to work out how each clients body is working to give them the best possible outcome, just like she received herself. Changing from a relative couch potato into a Tri-athlete and now Sports Therapist. Sam is registered and insured as a Sports Therapist with the Society Of Sports Therapists.

Sam’s Qualifications And Registration

  • Diploma In Advanced Clinical Sports Therapy

  • Douglas Heel – Be Activated

  • Advanced Sports Massage

  • Insured With The Society Of Sports Therapists

  • Thoracic Ring Approach – Lining Up Your Rib Cage To Ease Pain And Optimise Performance