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Department of Sport Health & Exercise Science

Sports Injury Clinic

The Sports Injury Clinic at the University of Hull

The Sports Injury Clinic at the University of Hull


The Sports Injury Clinic at the University of Hull is available to University of Hull staff, students and the surrounding public community.

The clinic is a student lead service and students from the Sport Rehabilitation degree programme will be present and will take an active role in the service. Qualified clinicians from the Sport Rehabilitation degree programme oversee the work of undergraduate students to ensure safe and professional practice is maintained.

Who are Sport Rehabilitators?

A Graduate Sport Rehabilitator (GSR) is a graduate level autonomous healthcare practitioner specialising in musculoskeletal management, exercise based rehabilitation and fitness. More information can be found at the BASRAT website.

Am I suitable for this service?

All assessments and treatments will be prefixed by a subjective interview regarding a full history of the presenting complaint. This will include gathering information on past medical history, medications, hobbies and interests and finally a series of contraindications.


What do we offer?

  • Injury assessment - This includes a subjective history of how, when and where the injury happened, previous injury/medical history followed by a hands on assessment of the injury itself.
  • Follow up assessment and treatment – as above.
  • Sports massage - Used for general relaxation, to increase circulation, manual stretching/mobilisation, treatment of specific problems such as scarring, muscle spasm and oedema.
  • Electrotherapy - Promotes healing process, increases circulation and helps to reduce scar tissue and oedema. Electrotherapy techniques include ultrasound, interferential and TENS.
  • Rehabilitation and exercise prescription – We aim to help a client recover to their best level of fitness following an injury. Our work involves flexibility exercises, strengthening exercises, proprioception exercises, sports specific exercises and fitness protocols.



  • Injury Assessment - £20
  • Follow up assessment and treatment - £20
  • Sports massage - £20
  • Talented Athlete Programme (TAP) Appointment £10


For bookings & enquiries please e-mail: sportsinjuryclinic@hull.ac.uk

Please do not order an appointment until you have spoken to a member of staff to check availability in the clinic, as we cannot guarantee availability.

Clinic times: Wednesday 12.15pm until 4.00pm

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Maximal Oxygen Uptake (VO2max) Test



This test involves running, cycling or rowing on an ergometer where the speed or power is continuously increased to the point where the athlete reaches exhaustion.

We offer this service at a fixed price of £50. However if a repeat booking is made this will be discounted. Please contact James Bray (J.Bray@hull.ac.uk) for details prior to booking.
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