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Ian Gatt

Ian is a PhD candidate and a sport PT with extensive experience treating upper extremity pathologies amongst Olympic and Paralympic athletes.

Ian Gatt

PT, MSc OMT, MAACP, MCSP, BSc (Hons)

Physiotherapist / Upper Limb Injury Specialist

English Institute of Sports (EIS) – Yorkshire

About

Ian Gatt is an Upper Limb Injury Specialist with the prestigious English Institute of Sport (EIS) providing an advisory role to Olympic and Paralympic sports. Ian has been a sports physiotherapist for over 20 years, with considerable time spent managing the sports science & medical services for the Great Britain Boxing programme. He has attended major events supporting elite athletes on their path to success through Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016, and current Tokyo 2020 Olympic cycles. Ian is also a published author on research papers and is currently a PhD candidate in Upper Limb Biomechanics at Sheffield Hallam University.

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I learned a lot from this course, even though I am still a student. I learned a lot about rehabilitation and clinical care programs. Thank you, Dr Ian Gatt and Physioplus!
Abdelaziz Khalil
Injury Type and Classification
11 Courses
2271 Participants
211 Reviews
4.2 Stars
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Clinical Biomechanics in Sport

1-1.5 hours

148

Presented by Ian Gatt

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Injury Type and Classification

1-1.5 hours

295

Presented by Ian Gatt

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Rehabilitation in Sport

1-1.5 hours

120

Presented by Ian Gatt

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Return to Sport

1.5 hours

92

Presented by Ian Gatt

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Risk Factors and Injury Mechanisms in Sports

1-1.5 hours

139

Presented by Ian Gatt

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Sporting Elbow – Management

1-1.5 hours

169

Presented by Ian Gatt

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Sporting Hand and Wrist – Mobility, Strength and Endurance

1-1.5 hours

321

Presented by Ian Gatt

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Sporting Hand and Wrist – Why Power and Pinch Grips Matter

1-1.5 hours

209

Presented by Ian Gatt

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The Role of a Sports Physiotherapist

1-1.5 hours

179

Presented by Ian Gatt