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A sports therapy student manipulating a clients arm.

Sport Therapy Clinic

The Sports Therapy Clinic is run by final year Sport and Exercise Therapy students under the supervision of qualified staff with second year students providing a supervised massage clinic twice a week. The clinic provides advice, assessment and treatment for both acute and long standing problems.

Read our FAQs about how students can interact with the Sports Therapy Clinic.

What happens?

Appointments last for up to 50 minutes. During your clinic session you will be asked questions about your medical history, and your reasons for attending. You will then have a physical examination appropriate to the condition you are seeking attention for. Please bring shorts and/or a suitable top to wear during the examination.

Where are we?

You can find the Sports Therapy Clinic at:

Sports Therapy Clinic
Alison Gingell Building (previously Science and Health Building) 
20 Whitefriars Street

The Sports Therapy Clinic does not have a car park. There is parking nearby via a pay and display car park, or you can park in the surrounding streets for a limited period of time.


Assessment and treatment by the third year students is £20 and available throughout the academic term time (October to March).

Sports massage provided by our second year students is £5 and only available at limited times during the week.

Bookings and queries

If you have any queries or would like to book an appointment, please contact the clinic via e-mail on or telephone (+44 (0)24 7765 8803). Once your appointment is confirmed, please pay by filling out the below form.

Sports therapy students

Sports therapy student checking patient's feet

Sports therapy student checking patient's back

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