Clinic directors Alison Rose and Graeme Everard
Alison has been working as a physiotherapist for the last twenty years. She is the physiotherapist credited with helping to keep Kelly Holmes injury free in the two years leading up to the Athens Olympics in 2004, helping her to double Olympic gold in the 800m and 1500m. Since 2004 Alison has worked with Jessica Ennis, the 2012 Olympic heptathlon gold medallist.
Alison specialises in working with sports men and women, and clients with chronic or complex injury history. Clinical interests include osteitis pubis and chronic pelvic dysfunction, complex injuries, visceral work and breathing disorders that affect both sporting performance, and normal life. She also enjoys assessing and improving running technique. Read More.
Graeme qualified in 1997 and lives in York and has been working with Alison here and formerly at the Carnegie Sports Physiotherapy Clinic at the Leeds Metropolitan University1 since 2004. Team Physiotherapist for the Great Britain Mountain Running team since 2005 (Physiotherapy support at training weekends and at the European and World championships). Event Physiotherapist with British Athletics, providing physiotherapy support to international athletes at major athletic meetings, including the Diamond League meetings. Team Physiotherapist for the Indian Squash team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow 2014, where the team won Gold in the Ladies doubles. Read more.