Therapists Join Top Treatment Team
Teesside Sports Injury Centre at Billingham Forum has added 2 new members to its top team who currently treat Tees Active Sports Academy athletes and members of the public who have injuries that are affecting their sporting or daily life.
Lyndsey Ross is a graduate from Teesside University and is originally from Derby. She has experience of working with various athletes in sports such as Basketball, American Football and rowing; working as a pitch side first-aider as well as their game day therapist. Furthermore, Lyndsey also spent 10 weeks in Australia working alongside an Elite Sports Physiotherapist, who specialised in spinal injuries.
Ruth Hartley is also a graduate from Teesside University and is originally from Leeds Ruth has applied her skills working with various rugby teams including Dewsbury Rams Rugby League Club and Middlesbrough Rugby Club. Ruth gained valuable experience working with the youth and senior players at both clubs, working with the head coaches at training sessions and at the pitch side on match day to get the players match fit.
The girls have already delivered during the half term holidays a foam roller workshop for junior members of Billingham Stars Ice Hockey team and members of Tees Active Sports Academy.
Lyndsey said “It’s great to be working in Billingham Forum and working with the talented athletes in the Academy,”
Ruth added “We are here not only to treat athletes,as members of the public who have any injuries can book a consultation and hopefully we can get them back to fitness.”
For further information on Teesside Sports Injury Centre on www.teessidesportsinjury.co.uk or contact Lyndsey on 07975 511929 or Ruth on 07723 555384