Sam studied Sports Therapy at Teesside University, graduating with honours in 2013, and has been building an in-depth knowledge of injury treatment and prevention ever since.
PST was established in January 2015 and has grown steadily since. Since graduating, Sam has been providing Sports Therapy services to professional sports teams, offering a speciality in injury diagnosis and treatment alongside specific knowledge of strength & conditioning.
Working primarily with professional footballers, Sam has spent a season with Luton Town FC and Peterborough United FC academies as part of a dedicated team of sports specialists including Physiotherapists, Sports Scientists and Fitness Coaches, all while developing his well- rounded knowledge of the human body.
Meanwhile, Sam also worked in men’s semi-professional football, initially with Godmanchester Rovers, then St Neots Town in the 2014/15 before moving to Peterborough Northern Star for 2015/16.
Sam is currently working with League Two's Colchester United and Godmanchester Rovers while continuing to build the PST clinic.
Not Just Football
Sam has had the opportunity within the clinic to treat clients from a variety of sporting backgrounds including athletics, boxing and tennis, from complete novices to experienced sportspeople.
Practicing what he preaches, Sam also regluarly runs as part of the championship-winning Huntingdonshire Athletics Club, often offering massage therapies at national and local running meets.
Palmer Sports Therapy is a proud supporter of Team Bex, a large group of charity runners based in Huntingdonshire who raise money to help in the fight against bowel cancer in the name of Rebecca Griffiths. To discover the extraordinary story of Rebecca Griffiths and Team Bex, click here.