Conference North side Kidderminster Harriers FC are benefitting from all the services of a large medical team, without the costs, thanks to Function Jigsaw.
Working closely with new manager John Eustace and head of coaching Matt Gardiner, Function Jigsaw are able to provide the best-placed medical practice with a partnership that calls upon their vast experience of working with elite sports men and women.
Having worked with John at Derby County, Function Jigsaw’s MD Julie Hayton was asked to get involved with Kidderminster’s bid to return to the Football League.
She has put in place a programme that could work for many more semi-professional and professional clubs that want the benefits of a large medical team but don’t have the money to staff such a project.
Under the model, Function Jigsaw have sourced a practitioner to be with the squad on a full-time basis. And Josh Boxhall has made a real impact at the club since joining.
Function Jigsaw’s Josh Boxhall at Kidderminster
Working for Function Jigsaw, Josh is able to call upon the company’s bank of expertise and support services, as and when needed, if members of the Kidderminster squad need extra support, treatment or advice.
Those services may include the likes of: injury rehabilitation, physiotherapy support, strength & conditioning, nutrition, podiatry, sports massage therapy and recommended practitioner data bases.
Function Jigsaw also facilitate online notes systems, consumables advisory service and discount schemes for associated services and products.
The programme allows clubs like Kidderminster to have access to a whole host of key services without having to spend large sums of money on an in-house medical team.
The full-time therapist is fully trained, mentored and given access to the CPD programs that Function Jigsaw run.
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