Jason Conchie graduated from our Sports Therapy programme in 2014 and is quickly establishing himself within the industry.
In addition to his BSc, Jason has also attained a Foundation Degree in Sports Massage Practice and is currently appointed as Lancashire's regional representative for The Sports Therapy Association.
He continues to pursue an array of CPD courses and hopes to progress into Master's studies.
Jason works out of NJD Sports Injury Centre (Lancashire), and in addition to sports massage services he offers a wide range of evidence-based interventions in the management & rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries.
During evenings and weekends he operates as Head Sports Therapist for Clitheroe FC first team.
These roles are helping Jason develop valuable experience over a wide range of disciplines. This enables him to use a dual approach when problem solving, by combining sports therapy with aspects of sports science. This proactive approach helps him within the private healthcare sector and sport (clinical and pitchside).
Jason also has experience in Rugby, having worked with Wharfedale RUFC as an undergraduate, and within athletics as a sponsor for a Nat West Island Games XVI medal hopeful.
Jason is a keen and dedicated sprinter, competing for his local club and Lancashire over 100, 200 and 400 metres. His athletic ambition is to achieve a personal best worthy of a national qualifying time.