If you are suffering from joint, back, muscular pain or long term illness you want to be free from pain.

We have put together advice for common aches and pains, you can also visit your local Sport Rehabilitator who will use clinical reasoning to tailor a recovery plan.

Sport Rehabilitators treat sports injuries as well as every-day and occupational injuries, pain
and musculoskeletal conditions.

Sport Rehabilitators treat a range of medical conditions including:

Back pain – lower back pain, sciatica, disc problems and more

Pains and sprains in ankles, knees, shoulder, groin, hip etc

Post-operation rehabilitation – (spinal, shoulder and knee surgery, joint replacements)

Lower limbs

Total knee replacement rehabilitation
Achilles Tendinopathy
Cruciate ligament rehabilitation
Tennis elbow

Upper limbs

Collarbone fracture / displacement
Carpal tunnel syndrome

Chronic pain
Injuries with an uncertain diagnosis
Post trauma, including fractures
Repetitive strain injuries

Musculoskeletal conditions affect muscles, bones, joints, tendons and ligaments. They range from
short-lived fractures and strains to lifelong conditions associated with ongoing pain and disability,
they are characterised by pain (often persistent) and limitations in mobility, dexterity and functional
ability. Common conditions are osteoarthritis, back and neck pain, fractures and injuries.

Sport Rehabilitators can also help you to manage the following health conditions with exercise and activity, such as; 

  • Cardiovascular (heart) conditions
  • Respiratory (breathing) conditions
  • obesity
  • diabetes


Sport Rehabilitators complete a BSc degree, understanding, preventing and treating musculoskeletal conditions and injuries and preventing reoccurrence.

Treatment includes evidenced based therapeutic intervention and exercise, the plan is monitored and modified where needed. A complete approach considering the whole needs of the individual allows optimal recovery.

What sets Sport Rehabilitators apart?

Sport Rehabilitation has a strong focus on biomechanics, exercise rehabilitation and returning patients to high levels of function. The overall skill set is why the Ministry of Defence chooses BASRaT registrants for their most demanding exercise rehabilitation roles.