Our Sports Massage course represents a fantastic opportunity for individuals to gain invaluable additional manual skills and also to obtain an accredited ITEC diploma with the potential to work in private practice as a Sports Massage Therapist.
The course is intensively taught over 6 days, over 90% of which is practical-based allowing students to gain as much hands-on practice and confidence as possible.
The Sports Massage course offers invaluable skills and knowledge for any undergraduate or post graduate Physiotherapist, Osteopath, Chiropractor, Sport Scientist, S and C coach or qualified fitness professional looking to work within a sporting setting or provide an alternative service for clients.
What can a Sports Massage Therapist do?
Once qualified, a Sports Massage Therapist is able to work in private practice or as an employed therapist in a setting of their choice charging a fee for the treatment that they provide. Students who have qualified through ProActive Training have gone on to work in professional sporting arenas, gyms, private clinics, existing businesses and many other environments.
What does the course cover?
This intensive Sports Massage course covers the pathophysiology of over 30 sporting injuries and how to treat these with manual techniques:
Lateral Ankle Sprain
Medial Ankle Sprain
Achilles Tendon Bursitis
Shin Splints (MTSS)
Calf Muscle strain
Collateral knee ligament sprain
Cruciate ligament strain
Osgood Schlatters Disease
Patello femoral syndrome
OA of the knee
Iliotibial band syndrome
Hamstring and Quadricep strain
Rotator Cuff strain
AC joint separation
Deltoid muscle strain
Shoulder impingement syndrome
Lower back pain
Manual techniques covered:
Soft tissue release (STR)
Myofascial Release techniques
Neuro muscular techniques (NMT)
Muscle energy techniques (MET)
Comprehensive Rehabilitation advice
ITEC International Level 3 Diploma
Intensively taught over 6 or 7 Days
5 Case Histories to be completed
1 day of examinations including a theory and practical exam
* Prices subject to change in 2018
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors, Sport Scientists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches and qualified Fitness Professionals.