Scotland Rugby League and sports healthcare product supplier, Physique Management, have announced their new partnership which sees Physique become the Official Physiotherapy Product and Taping & Strapping Supplier to Scotland Rugby League.
As part of the agreement Physique will supply Scotland Rugby League’s medical team, products needed to aid in the player’s prehab & rehab and all taping and strapping requirements, as well as pitch side first aid and treatment essentials.
Charlie Preston, Partnerships Manager at Physique said:
We’re so pleased to be entering into this new partnership with Scotland Rugby League. Our products and service will help the medical team keep the players at peak fitness levels by providing them injury prevention solutions and, when injuries are unavoidable, our sports medical range will aid with faster recovery to help players get back on the field safely and as soon as they’re ready.
Trent Bowden, Senior Physio said:
I’ve been using Physique for all of my physiotherapy supplies for a number of years now and I cannot speak highly enough about the quality of their tape and medical supplies. They work wonderfully with the Scotland Rugby League players I work with and their range means they can help me out with whatever is thrown at me.
To view the full range of sports healthcare products offered by Physique please click on the following link: www.physique.co.uk
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