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Charlie Brittain

Charlie is a musculoskeletal health specialist and Clinical Sports and Exercise Therapist specialising in the treatment and care of high-level athletes and dancers. He has extensive experience working with professional dancers and those in training, as well as devising courses and workshops spanning topics including dance health, well-being, injury management, first aid for dancers and performance enhancement. Charlie is currently furthering his studies towards the Masters Diploma in Advanced Clinical Sports Therapy with Active Health Group, UK.

Qualifications and Training

Level 5 Advanced Dip. Clinical Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation.

Level 5 Advanced Dip. Sports and Exercise Therapy.

Level 4 Cert. Sports Massage Therapy.

Level 1 Medical Acupuncture.

Manual Lymphatic Drainage Technique.

BASI Pilates Mat-work Teacher Training Dip.

Cert. Integumentary and Musculoskeletal Anatomy (Michigan University, X-program).

Further training includes: Spinal Manipulation and Mobilisation, Advanced Myofascial and Neurological Trigger Point Therapy, Sports Therapy for Dancers, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (ABNLP, on-going study), Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation, First Response Emergency Care (level 3 & 4), First Person on Scene Intermediate (Levels 2 & 3), Sports First Aid, Pitch-side Sports First Aid and various specialist masterclasses, workshops and classes.

Professional Memberships

Sports Therapy Organisation (Professional member: MSTO CST), One Dance UK (Dance Science and Health Practitioner), Foundation for Community Dance (Professional member).

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Charlie Brittain
Sports Therapist