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Why was TEAM MEDIC Formed?

Being involved with American football for over twenty years I was always concerned about  the level of medical cover players were receiving from other medical providers.  I believed that players deserved a better level of care that provided a high degree of experience and expertise in the  types of injuries American footballers sustain during a game. To further compound this inadequacy there were a vast number of teams that played an entire season without adequate sideline support from a  sport therapist. To fill this gap TEAM MEDIC was born to provide comprehensive medical support specific to UK American Football teams.

As part of Team Medic’s success, we have now expanded our service offering to many other sports  and non sport events, which include but not limited to:

  • Cycling
  • Rugby
  • Equine
  • Fighting Sports (boxing, karate, MMA and wrestling)
  • Production filming
  • Educational institution sporting events

Why Choose TEAM MEDIC?

Why should you consider us? That’s easy to answer. TEAM MEDIC are offering bespoke medical packages to service your sporting or non sporting event.

By understanding  logistics and risks in most sporting events, we have implemented procedures and processes to mitigate any unnecessary mishaps.

But the real strength behind TEAM MEDIC is categorically our staff. We possess a highly trained and skilled workforce who maintains significant experience in  sport injuries. Don’t just take my word for it read below biographies from two of our sport physiotherapists

Meet The Team

Our staff undertakes full training on game day procedures, logistics and the correct removal of American Football equipment. Furthermore, we run refresher courses on the usage of specific medical equipment and drugs used in American Football games. All onsite members maintain patient report forms to log any game day incident. They also adhere to Team Medic’s Game day Medical Protocol, which ensures that the most appropriate treatment and procedure is being followed.

Bev
Bev Medical Director - Senior Physiotherpiast
In 2009, I qualified as a physiotherapist from Brunel University, which led me to become Head Physio for the Dynamic Sports Academy, which aims to develop well rounded athletes through covering all aspects of the athletes’ physical and mental development. In addition to this, I have had the opportunity to be involved with the Great Britain Lions American Football team since 2010 and I am the Head Physio for Adults & Junior Programs. I have just completed 2 seasons with Crystal Palace Academy, focusing on pitchside management for U11, U13 and U15 teams and I currently work in private practice, specialising in spinal and lower limb injuries.

As well as American Football, I have worked in other sports such as Football, Hockey and Basketball. Whilst studying in Finland, I worked with a professional basketball team as a trainee physiotherapist. My training focused on lower limb and spinal injuries, sports specific rehabilitation and developing taping and myofascial release techniques.

Nick
NickClinical Director
I have worked for the London Ambulance Service for 20 years, joining in 1995 as a Trainee
Technician and qualifying as a Paramedic in 1997, I have worked as a Team Leader and I am now a manager in the East Central Sector of London.

I joined Team Medic in 2015 as the Clinical Director. I am responsible for supervisor and managing our regulatory commitments and ensuring all aspect of medical governance are adhered to.

I have worked at many events both in England and abroad from festivals to sporting and music events, I have experience of both Stadia and green field events and have attended many courses on safety at mass gatherings.

I am married with 2 young children and live in Surrey, and for all my sins I am a Crystal Palace supporter.

Andy
AndyOperations Manager
Born in York in the 1970’s I have always been keen in Sport. I moved to London in 1993 working as an Accountant, working for big company’s. Following a period working for a small firm of Accountants I decided to work freelance myself. Sport played a big part in my life in London, playing Football and Rugby each weekend in Winter and Cricket and Golf in the Summer. I have been to American many times to watch American Football games, and it was through my passion for American Football I came in contact with Team Medic. Initially working as their Accountant in their finance department, before taking over as their Operations Manager. During my Rugby days I encountered many injuries on the pitch, so I have always know the importance of good quality medical provision to be close at hand. It is this memory which means I am always striving to ensure any game that Team-Medic covers is covered by experienced staff to ensure lasting effect from injuries are kept to a minimum.