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BASRaT’s new range of clothing – Out now!

Tuesday, 18 July 2023

Fresh out for Summer 2023

We have just launched our new kit, BASRaT Registrants can order items from this brand-new clothing range. 

Our Performance clothing is stylishly chic and visible whether you are pitch-side, working within a clinic environment or teaching.


Order a t-shirt, polo or tracksuit top from the Performance collection and finish the look with a jumper, shorts or tracksuit bottoms from the Casual range.

BASRaT Reg Clothing - Represent your profession and stand out as a Sport Rehabilitator in our BASRaT branded kit. Simply order with your BASRaT registration number.

Order here

Call for Evidence for major conditions

Thursday, 15 June 2023

Input requested from healthcare professionals on how to tack suffering

A call for evidence has been launched on how best to prevent, early diagnose, treat and manage the 6 major groups of conditions which drive-ill health in England. The six major health conditions – include musculoskeletal disorders; cancer; cardiovascular diseases including stroke and diabetes; chronic respiratory diseases; dementia and mental ill-health.

Those suffering from one or more of these conditions are urged to provide insight into experiences of managing their health needs. Contributions are also encouraged from healthcare professionals on how to tackle suffering. Visit

Private scans now available to patients

Monday, 03 April 2023

Referral to results in as little as a week

BASRaT has teamed up with to offer speedy and affordable private scans to our members.

With, your patients can access over 150 UK scanning centres, compare costs, and book online in minutes, with expert clinician consultations included in the price. It takes as little as one week to get from referral to results, with digital reports and images available for use in your onward care.

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A multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation:

Wednesday, 01 March 2023

Collaboration within the medical team at St Mirren FC

A recent CSP article highlights how physiotherapist, Jacqueline Hamilton works alongside GSR and Head of Academy sports science and medicine, David Hartley. They provide a multidisciplinary approach to rehabilitation at St. Mirren Football club near Glasgow. 

"We all bring different views to provide a safer and more effective return-to-play process" JACQUELINE HAMILTON, PHYSIOTHERAPIST

Collaboration for rehabilitation

'The expansion of our team to include a sports scientist, strength and conditioning coach and sport rehabilitator working with our four physiotherapists, meant the way to provide seamless rehabilitation was to reduce barriers and collaborate'. DAVID HARTLEY, SPORT REHABILITATOR

The CSP case study details the important roles that each member of the team plays,, providing players with the best of their combined knowledge and skills. Read more here - Case study: St Mirren Football Club | The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (

Physios taking patients through their paces at St Mirren Football Club         Physios David Hartley and Jacqueline confer

New Pregnancy Questionnaire Tool

Tuesday, 24 January 2023

Sport Rehabilitator Marlize De Vivo, Co-Founder of The Active Pregnancy Foundation, collaborated in the questionnaire creation

Overcoming concerns and identifying those who should seek medical advice before exercise

The Get Active Questionnaire for Pregnancy identifies the small number of individuals who should seek medical advice as a first step to becoming or continuing to be physically active during pregnancy, and to help the majority of healthy pregnant individuals overcome any concerns they have with getting or staying active.

Sport Rehabilitator Marlize De Vivo, collaborated with this effort which recognises the importance of continued physical activity and acknowledges the role of healthcare and qualified exercise professionals in facilitating an active pregnancy.

"Is it safe for me? Will it harm my baby? These are questions often asked by women when becoming pregnant. And whilst research has shown that the benefits of being active during pregnancy far outweighs the potential risks, some women might need to consult with a healthcare professional before taking part, and in some cases, will benefit from additional monitoring, support and guidance from a qualified exercise professional. The Get Active Questionnaire for Pregnancy removes the uncertainty around these decisions and empowers women to take ownership of their own health
and wellbeing.

It has been an honour working with Dr. Davenport and the CSEP team on behalf of BASES and the Active Pregnancy Foundation to align this screening tool to the United Kingdom’s physical activity guidelines.. Dr Marlize De Vivo, PhD / CEO & Co-Founder, The Active Pregnancy Foundation