Department of Sport
   
   
  

Sports Injury Clinic

The Sports Injury Clinic is a brand new state-of-the-art rehabilitation facility located within David Ross Sports Village at the University of Nottingham. 

The clinic provides an outstanding treatment environment for staff, students, and the local community, whilst also delivering cutting edge support for our elite athletes and scholars.

Our services are available to sport & fitness members (as well as the wider public) and with our leading  equipment - including hydrotherapy pool complex - we can help get you back on track in the gym, get you back to your best or introduce you to a whole new world of activity. 

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Booking your appointment

We have a team of expert clinicians on hand ready to deal with your enquiries, bookings and to help shape your pathway to recovery.

Arranging an appointment with the Sports Injury Clinic could not be simpler. To get booked in either:

Our services

Physiotherapy and Sports Massage are the most common solutions for those suffering with sports related or chronic injuries. We pride ourselves on delivering the highest quality diagnosis and assessment ahead of creating a treatment plan which can include: 

 

Sports Injury Clinic Facilities 

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Clinic Consultation
Rooms

 
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Hydrotherapy Pool

 
 
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Rehabilitation Zone

 
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Accessible Changing Facilites

 
 
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High Performance Zone

 
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The Clubhouse Cafe

 
 

Our Staff

As a university clinic, all staff hold postgraduate qualifications and are involved in educating the next generation of clinicians. The close working relationship with the academic division of  Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation enhances the quality of the service and ensures the clinicians are familiar with the most recent advances in injury management and prevention.

Pricing

Please see below for details on the prices of services available. For more details and prices regarding our clinical pilates, acupuncture and hydrotherapy sessions please call the reception team on 0115 748 7070 or email sportsinjuries@nottingham.ac.uk  

Prices for Members 
 StudentStaff, Alumni
& Associate 
Public 
Physiotherapy (30mins)    £20.00 £30.00  £35.00
Physiotherapy with undergraduate student (30mins)   £10.00 £15.00  £17.50
Sports massage (30mins)    £20.00 £25.00 £30.00
Sports massage (60mins)   £30.00 £35.00 £40.00 
Hydrotherapy - Private 1-2-1 session   £40.00 £40.00 £40.00
Hydrotherapy - Group session (Min. 4 - Max. 6)    £15.00 £15.00 £15.00
 
Prices for Non-Members

 StudentStaff, Alumni
& Associate
Public
Physiotherapy (30mins)     £25.00  £35.00  £39.00
Physiotherapy with undergraduate student (30mins)    £12.50  £17.50  £19.50
Sports massage (30mins)     £25.00  £30.00  £35.00
Sports massage (60mins)    £35.00  £40.00  £45.00
Hydrotherapy - Private 1-2-1 session    £45.00  £45.00  £45.00
Hydrotherapy - Group session  (Min. 4 - Max. 6)    £15.00  £15.00  £15.00
 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to have a sports and fitness membership to be able to book a treatment at the clinic?
No, anyone may book a treatment however sports and fitness members will receive a discounted rate on all services.
 
Are you registered health professionals?
Yes, all of our physiotherapists are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and also The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).
 
Do I need to get a doctors referral to have treatment?
No you do not. Physiotherapists are recognised as independent practitioners so you can just come and make an appointment. The physiotherapist can and will communicate with your GP or hospital doctor if you would like them to, it will be up to you. However the physiotherapist will always ask you first if they think it is important for them to contact your doctor.
 
What can I expect from a physiotherapy appointment?
Your physiotherapist will spend some time asking you about your problem and making sure they understand your health needs, they will then examine you to find out exactly how your injury is affecting you physically. Following the examination the physiotherapist will explain what is wrong with you and chose a treatment to help you get better.
 
What kind of treatments do you offer?

We have a team of physiotherapists and sport rehabilitators who can offer a range of treatments. Your clinician will chose the treatment they think will work best for you based on what they find when they examine you and their knowledge and experience. They will always explain what is wrong and give you information and advice on how to deal with your injury.

Treatment options can include exercise programs, hands on treatments, hydrotherapy which is water based exercise.  We have physiotherapists who can give you advice and education on how to deal with long term chronic problems such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. We also offer Acupuncture and Clinical Pilates as treatment options.

 
Can I claim from my health insurance for my treatment?

This is possible as some of our physiotherapists are registered with a number of insurance companies and you may be able to claim back some of the costs of treatment from your insurance company. However they all operate differently so it is best to check this when you are booking your appointment.

 

 
Do I have to have my treatment with a student?

You can chose to have your treatment with an undergraduate student who is closely supervised by a qualified physiotherapist. Physiotherapists supervising the students will ensure that our clients get appropriate high quality treatment as they are the registered health professional in charge of your care.

Treatment sessions delivered by students are subsidised as they may take a little longer than it would with a qualified member of staff.

 
Is there parking available at the David Ross Sports Village for visitors to the Sports Injury Clinic?
Yes, parking is available next to the David Ross Sports Village and on Beeston lane. Please ensure you obtain a ticket from the machine located adjacent to the swimming pool - this will allow 2 hours free parking. 
 

 

University of Nottingham Sport

David Ross Sports Village
University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0)115 74 87000
email: sport@nottingham.ac.uk