Piotr Golaszczyk

Piotr Golaszczyk MSc, BSc (Hons), ASSC, MSST

Certified in Joint Manipulation for Injured athletes

Piotr holds an MSc in Sports Therapy and a BSc in Sports Science and Medicine. He is also an accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach through the UKSCA. Piotr, over the past 7 years, has gained a great amount of experience working with some of the best universities in the country. Piotr runs a Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation Clinic at Kelsey Kerridge Sports Centre where he works with a number of professional and semi-professional athletes such as: London 2012 Paralympian Wheelchair Tennis, GB Ultimate, GB Squash, Scotland Female Rugby, England Visually Impaired Football players. Specifically, through his work with high level athletes he has gained experience in injury prevention training as well as rehabilitation. Piotr also works as a Strength & Conditioning Coach at the University of Cambridge where he trains a number of University teams as well as national and international level TASS (Talented Athletic Scholarship Scheme). Piotr shares his experience and knowledge with the 3rd year sports & exercise science students at Anglia Ruskin University delivering lectures in injury prevention and rehabilitation. He is also contracted by Anglia Ruskin University to lead the sports therapy & rehabilitation service for the scholar athletes. Piotr is also contracted by the football association to help one of the visually impaired England football team squad in preparation for the upcoming European Championship in Berlin this year.


Professional Memberships

  • UKSCA – UK Strength and Conditioning Association
  • MSST – Membership of the Society of Sports Therapists



  • MSc Sports Therapy
  • BSc Sport and Exercise Science
  • UKSCA ASCC (Accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach)
  • Sports Therapy UK – Dry needling
  • Certified in MET’s (Muscle Energy Technique)
  • Certificate in Ultrasound and Electro Therapy
  • Certified in Advanced Sport Taping Techniques
  • Certified in Advanced Kinesio Taping K2