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PODCAST: Physiotherapy at the Olympics with Gordon Bosworth.

Taken from Inform Performance:

Episode 36: Andy McDonald chats to Physiotherapy Consultant Gordon Bosworth. Gordon is Founder and Clinical Director of The Bosworth Clinic and has been involved in elite sport for most of his life.

Specialising in performance therapy, Gordon has supported elite athletes and teams across multiple sports and notably was Physiotherapist to the British Bobsleigh and Bob-Skeleton Team, a member of the Great Britain Teams at the Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Sochi, Salt Lake City and Torino. He was also Medical Lead for the Canadian Speed Skating Team at Vancouver Games & Chief Physiotherapist to British Athletics at the London Games in 2012. More recently he worked with the Canadian #1 Women’s Bobsleigh and Cross-Country Teams at the PyeongChang Games. A clinician of great calibre and experience.

In this episode, Andy & Gordon discuss:  Gordons background, Effective Physiotherapy at Olympic Games, Involvement with ALTIS, Gordons Approach, Understanding optimal function first, leveling the playing the field, Structure governs function, Approach to manual therapy, Second opinion work & consultancy.

Dina wins Gold!

Athlete Dina Asher-Smith became the first British woman to win a world sprint title winning the 200m at the World Championships in Doha.

The gold medal followed up the 23-year-old’s outstanding silver medal in the 100m. She outclassed the field and was the favourite going in, she set a a British record of 21.88 seconds in the final.

“I woke up today thinking, ‘This is it. This is the moment you did all your work for’. The tiredness disappeared,” she said.

The World Championship victory will be the perfect fillet to end the 2019 season ahead of next years’ Olympic Games in Tokyo.

“I’ve been coming to the Bosworth Clinic, and using Gordon for about four years now and he has been crucial to my progression and performance. His level of knowledge, expertise and manual skills are fantastic and very hard to come by elsewhere. But most of all his warmth, dedication and passion to every single patient he has is what is truly heartwarming. He really commits himself to making your body better, and in my case faster and more efficient, as if it was his own and that dedication is what makes him such an excellent therapist! You’re in safe hands with Gordon and those at the Bosworth Clinic!”