About us… Sports Corrective Therapy is a friendly sports injury clinic in Cambridge and was founded by Natalie Harman who is a highly qualified Sports Therapist. In the past Natalie has worked in a busy clinic environment looking after lots of injured runners, cyclists, and loads of different sports and non-sports people. She treats people with lower back pain, heel pain, hip pain, knee pain, shoulder pain and pelvic pain. That’s a lot of pain! She enjoys most sports but her passion is playing football. She has played for various football clubs in the past with her most recent being Bar Hill Ladies FC.
Natalie believes in taking a holistic approach and fixing the cause of the pain as well as the symptoms. After all, the human body is all connected and one area of the body can cause pain in another region of the body. She will listen to you and make sure the assessment process runs thoroughly to get to the root of the problem.
Her mission is to produce a specialised treatment and rehabilitation program to meet your needs, whether that is an acute or chronic injury, a tiny niggle or a long-standing irritating pain. She can also help you get ready for those sports competitions. To find out a little more about us and team at Sports Corrective Therapy, read on.
Natalie Harman BSc Sports Therapy, Biomechanics Coach, Member of the Sports Therapy Association.
Sports Corrective Therapy is a friendly sports injury clinic founded by Natalie Harman who is a highly-qualified Sports Injury Therapist. In the past, Natalie has worked in a busy clinic environment looking after all types of different injuries. She enjoys most sports but her passion is playing football. She has played for various football clubs in the past with her most recent being Bar Hill Ladies FC. Natalie believes in taking a holistic approach and fixing the cause of the pain as well as the symptoms. After all, the human body is an integrated system and one area of the body can cause pain in another region of the body. She will listen to you and make sure the assessment process runs thoroughly to get to the root of the problem. Don’t be worried if some of the assessment is a bit subjective, she will definitely be doing some hands-on sports therapy as soon as she has done a full case history.
Her mission is to produce a specialised treatment and rehabilitation program to meet your needs, whether that is an acute or chronic injury, a tiny niggle or a long-standing irritating pain. She can help you get ready for those sports competitions, whether it’s a running race, a triathlon or a powerlifting competition, sports corrective therapy will see that you get authentic treatment and guidance through a strengthening rehabilitation program.
Whatever you need, Natalie will make sure you go away feeling positive, whether it’s a sports massage in preparation for a running event or a structured, simple injury rehabilitation program for back pain.
She makes sure you get involved in the recovery of your injury too. The most important process of fixing your injuries is EXERCISE and MOVEMENT! That is why she is taking a keen interest in kinetics and biomechanics of the body. The human body is a chain and if one bit of the chain breaks, the other parts of the chain cannot work to the best of their ability and will not function properly which causes more problems later.
She is committed to providing her professional expertise to all her valued clients. From the moment you meet her to the end of your experience with Sports Corrective Therapy, she will ensure it is a positive, happy and confident environment.
If you walk away from your appointment feeling unhappy, Natalie will make sure she gives you a call the following day to discuss this and offer you an appointment to reassess free of charge. She will go that extra mile to make sure you get the best possible outcome. To find out more about us, please feel free to get in touch
Simon Lant BSc Biomedical Science, Sports Massage Therapist, Member of the Sports Therapy Association
Simon works with the Cambridge & Coleridge Athletics club as a track side therapist to keep training efficient and fluid. Having worked with international and national level British athletes, Simon is skilled, knowledgeable and will work with you to help you achieve your goals whether they are running a marathon or being able to pick up the children. Being an athlete himself he understands the struggle of being out of action due to injury and is as keen as you are to get you back to competing! Simon will share your desire to be in peak performance for your sport, working with you to get your body feeling in the best condition possible. To book in with Simon, you can email him on email@example.com
Chloe Evans BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy, Member of the Sports Therapy Association
Chloe graduated in summer 2016 with BSc Hons Sports Therapy first class degree, accredited by University of Birmingham. She currently works in youth football for; Norwich City, Cambridge United and Bedfordshire ACC. Chloe really enjoys the football environment however, her true passions are dancing and swimming. Although she is generally a sporty person, who enjoys keeping fit and healthy through many different activities; whether that’s going to the gym, running, cycling or having a laugh attempting tricks on a trampoline.
Chloe believes in taking a biopsychosocial approach with clients, this means that she doesn’t only assess the biological tissue potentially damaged but she also takes into consideration your work and social environments. In order to fully understand your individual needs, this enables her to create personalised treatment plans that fit in with your lifestyle; to optimise your treatment experience and recovery. In short, Chloe will go Above and Beyond to provide best possible care and advice. To book an injury consultation and treatment with Chloe, email her on firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashleigh Smith BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy, Member of the Society of Sports Therapists
Our newest edition to the team, Ashleigh graduated in 2014 with a BSc Honours Degree in Sports Therapy accredited by the University of Birmingham.
She has worked with various sports teams including Crewe and Nantwich RUFC and Nantwich Town FC providing sports massage along with pitch side first aid.
Ashleigh currently works at Matrix Cheer Squad where she has been a cheerleader for over 10 years, with the team winning multiple regional and national titles. Cheerleading is renowned for its acrobatic elements along with dangerous stunts so whether it’s taping and strapping up cheerleaders before a big competition or creating strength and conditioning programmes to prevent injury and allow the athletes to achieve new and more difficult skills Ashleigh is always on hand.
This has allowed her to discover a real passion for rehabilitation, she finds it very rewarding taking a client from an injury, regardless of if it is acute or chronic and guiding them through the process of treatment and recovery, to strengthening and finally returning back to activity.
Ashleigh always strives to ensure her clients leave happy having received a positive experience and will always make the extra effort to achieve this. She will explain your treatment plan to you and will establish what areas you need to focus on at home for the best chance at recovery.
Jordan Hewitt BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy, Member of the Sports Therapy Association
Jordan graduated in Sports Therapy from Staffordshire University in 2016. He previously worked with Stafford Rangers FC and other clinics and has seen a variety of different injuries during his career so far. He has a passion for football and plays competitively around the country. Jordan knows how important being active is so will make sure you are back to your sport or activity as quickly but as efficiently as possible.
Jordan works extremely hard at everything he does and he aims to provide clients with first class treatment and rehabilitation. Jordan also has a keen interest in acupuncture to help alongside his manual therapy techniques and exercise prescription.