Angelo Serra, Chartered Physiotherapist - MSc (Hons) and Sports Therapist - BSc (Hons)
Angelo graduated in Sports Therapy in 2018 at the University of Chichester and has completed a Masters (MSc) in Physiotherapy at the University of Brighton. Angelo has had experience working within team sports (rugby and football) and within a clinical setting as Graduate Sports therapist. Before starting his Masters in Physiotherapy, he worked for a year within NHS looking after the population more at risk of falls within the community setting.
During his rotations, he has broadened his knowledge in cardiorespiratory and neurological rehabilitation as well as orthopaedic and musculoskeletal. Angelo has a deep interest in tennis-related injuries and rehabilitation with tennis being his new favourite sport (closely followed by football and rugby).
Angelo's treatment techniques include Maitland and Mulligan joint mobilisations, advanced soft tissue manipulation and myofascial release, the Graston technique (to reduce adhesions and increase flexibility of stiff joints), M.E.T. (Muscle Energy Technique), Sports Taping, electrotherapy modalities and individualised rehabilitation programmes including pre and post surgery.
Angelo loves to be active by training at the gym and playing weekly sport including Football and Tennis.
ANGELO TREATS AT THE BRIGHTON CENTRE
Meg Denman, Sports Therapist - BSc (Hons)
Meg has returned to Sussex Injury Clinics after a 2 year trip to Canada and surrounding regions. She graduated from the University of Chichester in 2014 after studying and gaining a degree in Sports Therapy (BSc Hons). Whilst at university Meg enjoyed competing in Netball for the University as well as Ultimate Frisbee. She also worked alongside the University Men's 1st team as their sports therapist supporting them in the BUCS premier south league.
Since leaving University Meg moved to work with East Grinstead Hockey club as the Mens 1st team Sports Therapist. This has come with the highlights of working with a very elite team and set of athletes. Other perks have included being able to travel with the team to the likes of Barcalona and Mulheim in Germany and supporting the team in winning their 7th consecutive national hockey 5s championship.
Amongst all the sports therapy Meg loves hitting the gym to keep fit or running on the Ashdown forest with her two dogs.
MEG TREATS AT THE BRIGHTON CENTRE