All patients will benefit from the same high calibre of care, treatment and advice received by the
professional athletes treated by Sam Harwood over the past decade.
Sam�s experience over the past 10 years in Premiership and Championship football and World Cup
rugby has given him a thorough understanding of the level of care required to treat professional
athletes, returning them to participation as quickly and safely as possible.
Sam will take the time to listen to your symptoms and provide a full assessment in order to
understand the root cause of your injury before deciding on the optimum treatment plan. If you
have a new or chronic injury then please contact him so that he can begin reducing your pain in
order to return you to full function as quickly and effectively as possible.
Mobilise Sports injury clinic has one clinic based in Farnham and the other in Farnborough North
Sam Harwood graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a first-class honours degree in
Sports Therapy. He has worked extensively in football with Premiership, Championship and Non-
League sides. He has also worked with professional cyclists, golfers and international women�s rugby
Some people ask what is the difference between a Sports Therapist and a Physiotherapist. A Sports
Therapy degree is focused on assessing, treating and rehabilitating sporting injuries whereas a
Physiotherapy degree is broader, treating a wide range of health conditions typically found in NHS
hospitals. As a result of his specialist Sports Therapy training, Sam was recruited by a Championship
football club whilst still completing his University studies. Since graduating he has continued to
develop as a Sports Therapist training in dry needling, spinal manipulation and Kinesio taping. Sam is
registered with the Society of Sports Therapists and is fully insured.