The Leicester Mercury has featured a story about sports therapist, Rebecca Ayres, being named FHT Sports Therapist of the Year at the 2019 FHT Excellence Awards on the 29 November.
Rebecca was recognised for her background in ScarWork, a form of massage which is said improve the health and feel of scars. Rebecca trained in ScarWork in 2018, which led her to support athletes for the Invictus games at training camps in Loughborough, Sheffield and Nuffield as part of a project organised by Emma Holly, MFHT.
Rebecca said, ‘It is an overwhelming honour to receive the 2019 FHT Sports Therapist of the Year award, as well as being a finalist in the Complementary Therapist of the Year category. To be recognised for my holistic approach to chronic pain and scar rehabilitation is a privilege.’
A summary about each of our 2019 FHT Excellence Award winners can be found in the Winter issue of International Therapist magazine, which is due to be published on Thursday 23 January.
Read the full article as published in the Leicester Mercury here.