Naomi Maycock BSc (Hons) MSST
Hello, I’m Naomi!
I am a Graduate Sports Therapist from the University of Gloucestershire . I provide all aspects of sports therapy; Injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation; and Sports Massage for athletes and non sports people. I am also a fully insured member of The Society of Sports Therapists. I am always updating my knowledge and techniques through ongoing CPD.
I have worked alongside professional and elite sports teams including:
- Gloucester RFC
- Welsh Rugby Union U20
- GB Ice Hockey
- Great Britain American Football
- London Blitz
- Tonga Rugby
I have gained a vast amount of experience in a large variety of Sports in Gloucestershire and the whole of the UK. My experience also included working as a Sports Therapy Technician Demonstrator where I was responsible for the running the Sports Therapy Outreach workshops for young people along with supervising undergraduates in the University Sports Injury Clinic. I spend my weekends either covering Rugby Matches (Union/League), American Football with GB Women or Oxford Saints, or supporting local events such as 100 Mile Run and Cheltenham Challenge.
I run several clinics throughout Gloucestershire, please see my Contact page for more details
I’ve always been sporty, whether it be rugby, regional netball, national horse riding, flag American football or school sports. As a result of this, I know what it is like to suffer injuries and understand the disruption to your life this can cause. I love working to treat and rehabilitate injuries maximise my clients enjoyment of both life and sport. I thoroughly enjoy taking an athlete through the full range of recovery – starting with prehabilitation, emergency first aid, assessment, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation using a range of techniques and methods.
‘My first impression was very good, I saw an instant improvement and received good recommendations. I have noticed positive effects in that one thing leads to another in the body and from my first treatment it has been only positive improvements in both my body and my sport.’
Nicole Talbot – Weightlifter