The Team

Freddie Eley

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Bio

A career in Sports Therapy was an easy choice for me. I’ve always been a keen sportsman playing football, cricket and golf competitively, which of course has led me to sustaining plenty of injuries. My interest in how I was assessed treated and rehabilitated led me to completing my degree at Edge Hill University where I graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in 2014.

Throughout my career I’ve had the privilege of working at several professional clubs. Including two years at Tranmere Rovers FC and St Helens RFC, here I worked with both first team and academy players as part of the medical team which helped me develop as a therapist through university.

Since graduating I have competed a season’s internship with AFC Bournemouth’s u18’s as well as working part time for Southampton FC’s academy for the past 3 years. My time in professional sport has given me the skill set to assess thoroughly and quickly and treat effectively with a range of different modalities.

I am always looking to learn and improve as a therapist as well by regularly attending courses and keeping up to date with research. This allows me to treat in the most progressive and accurate way, helping my patients get back to what they love to do.