Chloe Witts: Sports Therapist
Chloe Witts is our Sports Therapist at HQCC. As well as clinical sports therapy, she provides our rehabilitation and spinal rehabilitation service. Research supports that rehabilitation is imperative for optimum patient outcome in musculoskeletal conditions.
Chloe holds a degree in BSc(Hons) Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation which she completed through the University of the West of England. When graduating she was also presented with the British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers award through the University. Since graduating she has gained a vast amount of experience working with the general public, General Practitioner referrals for exercise prescription and working with amateur and elite athletes and sports clubs. She has experience working in sports injury clinics, rehabilitation gyms, as well as covering pitch-side first aid for football, disability football, female and male rugby and hockey.
Chloe is currently taking her master degree in MSc Sports Injury Rehabilitation through the University of Salford. She travels once a month during winter months to attend intense, practical workshops and lectures from some of the top professionals in Physiotherapy, injury rehabilitation, and Strength and Conditioning. She hopes to use her masters degree to specialise further in spinal rehabilitation.
Chloe enjoys keeping fit herself. She trains using a variety of cardiovascular, flexibility, strength, power and core exercises at the gym. She loves running outdoors and enjoys both road and off-road training. In 2013, she re-joined her Karate club in Stroud; where she previously won the girls national fighting championships for two years running. She hopes to continue grading and competing once more.
“Sports Therapy is something I live by. When I’m not working at the clinic, I am training for my martial arts, keeping fit in the gym, and studying for my masters degree in sports injury rehabilitation. In between I relax with music and yoga and support myself with good nutrition (and treatments)! Sports therapy and correct training techniques constantly show us how much we can improve our bodies and enhance performance. I love the way we can constantly better ourselves at any age or walk of life.”
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