Brice Pennicott

Brice Pennicott

Sports Physiotherapist

Speciality

Sports and Musculoskeletal Injuries

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Qualifications

BHSc MPhysioPrac GCertSpPhy MScSEM MCSP SRP

Clinical Interests

Musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Sporting hip and groin and lower limb injury management.

Current Memberships

  • Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
  • Association of Chartered Physiotherapist in Sport & Exercise Med (ACPSEM)
  • Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA)
  • Australian Health Practitioners Regulatory Authority (AHRPA)

Professional Profile

Brice Pennicott is an Australian trained physiotherapist currently working full time as the Head of Sport Science and Medicine at Crawley Town Football Club.

He completed a Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy in 2017 after completing his undergraduate physiotherapy training in 2014 at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia.

Brice is a qualified strength and conditioning coach as awarded by the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA).

He has worked with a variety of professional sporting teams including North Melbourne Kangaroos (AFL), Melbourne Storm (National Rugby League), New South Wales State Cricket, Victoria State Cricket, The Sydney Dance Company and Grease the Musical National tour, while also holding the position of lead physiotherapist for Hobart City Demons (AFL).

With experience working in a variety of different sports and clinical environments, Brice is experienced in assessment and treatment of acute, overuse and traumatic musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Using advanced clinical reasoning skills and hands on assessment, Brice aims to accurately diagnose and treat the injury, achieving optimum outcomes for the patient.

At which location do they work?

Brighton: BACA

Our Brighton: BACA clinic is located within a state of the art cricket centre, not far from the Amex football stadium. There is a specialist rehabilitation gym on site.

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