Welcome to Ed Pratt Sports Therapy!

Meet your Sports Therapists:

Ed Pratt, MSc, MSST
07837276444

The owner and clinic manager, Ed splits his time between lecturing at Leeds Trinity University and the Northallerton clinic. As well as a degree in Sports Therapy, Ed has an MSc in Sports & Exercise Medicine.

Amelia Gill, MSc, MSST
07703855644

Sports Therapist Amelia, works out of both the Bedale and Northallerton clinics. Having previously spent 4 years as a physical training instructor with the army, Amelia will work with you to get you back on track.

Tom Howell, MSc, MSST
07534124848

Sports Therapist Tom, has been working with Northallerton RUFC and joins us for the busy Saturday morning clinic at Northallerton. Tom has a post graduate degree in Sports & Exercise Medicine.

With clinics in Northallerton and Bedale, Ed Pratt provides sports therapy for the wider Hambleton and Richmondshire areas. Treating sporting and occupational injuries in everyone from the recreational gym user to national and international athletes. You do not have to be an athlete/sporting individual to make an appointment. If you have an injury that you would like help with, get in touch for some professional and personalised advice.

Getting fast, effective, personal treatment is essential if you want to make a full recovery, Ed Pratt Sports Therapy is your first step to achieving this goal. We work with the individual and our aim is to empower you to take control of your injury and the recovery process.

Making an appointment couldn’t be easier, just click on the Book Online button on any page of the website. There’s a handy tutorial video for making an online booking below. Alternatively, contact any of the therapists directly.


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Ed, Amelia and Tom are all members of The Society of Sports Therapists, the leading professional organisation for Sports Therapists in the UK.

3 thoughts on “Welcome to Ed Pratt Sports Therapy!

  1. Thank you for all your help Ed.
    Your service is one of absolute professionalism and good manners and you show a commitment to helping your clients get back to their sporting activities by even going that extra mile.
    This is complemented by your friendly, easy going approach that allows even those folk who are a little on the shy side to feel at ease.
    I couldn’t trust anyone else to offer the same.

  2. Eleanor Richmond

    To whom it concerns,

    I was wondering whether it would be possible to book an appointment between 12- 1pm this coming Saturday please? If earlier, I could make 11am. I went over on my ankle last saturday during a run and have been in pain ever since. I am a teacher at a boarding school, so cannot get time off during the day working week unfotunately. On Saturday, I happen to have some free periods at this time. Unfortunately, my dr’s are not open on a Saturday in Topcliffe, so I have been ringing around trying to get an appointment somewhere for as soon as possible. I am a keen runner, but have had to have a few days off as it really hurts when I run on it. I also have been meaning to see a physio, as I think I might have shin/calf splints. If you would be able to accommodate me in any way, I would really appreciate it.
    Kind regards,
    Ellie Richmond

    • Hi Eleanor

      Do sorry for the late reply. I’m afraid I do not have any availability this weekend. If you struggle for free time due to your job, it may be easier for you to book online using the button on the website. It’s dead easy and you’ll be able to see what’s available when it suits you.

      Really sorry I couldn’t be more help this time.

      Best wishes

      Ed

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