Bridge Health & Wellbeing becomes official sponsor at Weymouth Football Club
Bridge Health & Wellbeing, based in Christchurch, Dorset, is delighted to have become a health and wellbeing partner at Weymouth Football Club.
One of the biggest football clubs in Dorset, Weymouth FC is a semi-professional club currently competing in the Vanarama National League. Bridge Health & Wellbeing will be providing specialist physiotherapy services, chiropractic treatments and sports massage services to players.
Paul O’Connell, lead physiotherapist and co-founder of Bridge Health & Wellbeing said: “We are delighted to be working with Weymouth Football Club. Our clinical team have a wealth of experience in professional sport so teaming up with a club like Weymouth is a great union for both parties. We have already treated several of their players for football-related injuries. Footballers regularly suffer from injuries including sprained ankles, anterior cruciate ligament injuries, hamstring strains, groin strains and knee injuries. We are keen to make sure players get back to full strength as quickly as possible and are ready to give their best on the pitch for the fans. As a major sports team in our area, we are proud to be playing our part in supporting their success.”
Weymouth has had a successful few years, being crowned overall Southern League Premier champions in the 2018/2019 season and securing promotion to the National League South. Weymouth finished the 2019/20 season in 3rd place and on 1 August 2020, they were promoted to the National League after a play-off final win against Dartford.
Brian Stock, First Team Manager at Weymouth Football Club commented: “It is important that as a club we look after our players. Knowing we have the added help and expertise from Bridge Health and Wellbeing will give us the reassurance we need to protect our players.”
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