Meet the team
Jamie Barrington BSc (Hons), GSR
SPORTS & INJURY REHABILITATION
Jamie graduated from the University of Hull in the summer of 2009 with a BSc Honours
degree in Sports Rehabilitation.
During his 3 years of study, he worked alongside some of the region’s top sports
clubs including Super League giants Hull FC’s 1st team, Premier Leagues Hull City
AFC Academy, and Championship Side Scunthorpe United 1st team. He also worked amongst
other semi-professional teams including Sandal Rugby Union FC, Yorkshire 2 side Hullensians
RUFC and National League 2 side Hull RUFC.
In addition to working in the team environments, Jamie has also supported numerous
charity and race events including the Humber Half marathon, The Leeds Jane Tomlinson
10k, The British Deaf Badminton trials, and the national Fire-fighter rugby 7’s tournament.
Since graduating, Jamie took up the role as 1st team Masseur for Super Leagues Hull
FC, working alongside head physiotherapist Simon Pope. He also heads up the medical
team for Hullensians RUFC & Hull Lacrosse Club along with colleague Kayleigh Warsop.
Jamie’s role, is to not only assess an injury and treat, but to rehabilitate, which
is a huge area of the Health service that is undervalued in the public sector, with
his aim to not only return his patients body part back to the way they were pre injury,
but to condition the whole body and its functional movements to prevent the injury
His interests lie in lower limb biomechanics, more specifically the effects of footwear
and different ground surfaces to the alteration of the foot, knee and hip mechanics,
whilst also having a keen interest in preventative rehabilitation protocols in contact
Away from the treatment room and books, Jamie enjoys cooking good natural food, scuba
diving, seeing the world as well as spending time with family and friends.
Kayleigh Warsop BSc (Hons), GSR
SPORTS & INJURY REHABILITATOR
Having started within the injury field back in 2002 studying Sports Therapy at South
Nottingham College, Kayleigh found her desire and passion only to increase year upon
Following this Kayleigh went on to study a BSc (Hons) in Sports Rehabilitation at
the University of Hull. Whilst at University Kayleigh worked amongst some of the
region’s most respected medical staff at many top performing sports clubs including
Hull Kingston Rovers, Hull City AFC Centre of Excellence, East Ridings Women’s Football
Club, Hull R.U.F.C., Dewsbury Rams, Doncaster Knights, GB Kayaking team, and the
Yorkshire Athletics open.
Upon graduating Kayleigh was offered a post with Northern Counties East League side,
Gedling Town F.C, heading up the clubs medical department. Her role at the club was
extensive, from providing pitchside support, developing pre-season preventative rehabilitation
protocols, conducting the injury clinic and implementing the rehabilitation programs.
Whilst working for Gedling Town Kayleigh took up the post as a Physiotherapy Assistant
within the Trauma and Orthopaedics unit at the Derbyshire Royal Infirmary. Here she
dealt with injuries varying from car crash trauma victims to general falls along
with the routine hip and knee replacements.
Kayleigh’s role, is to not only assess an injury and treat, but to rehabilitate,
which is a huge area of the Health service that is undervalued in the public sector,
with her aim to not only return her patients body part back to the way they were
pre injury, but to condition the whole body and its functional movements to prevent
it from reoccurring.
Kayleigh’s interests lie in the areas of acute trauma patients, the physiological
differences at the knee during varying function, and the psychological effects of
Away from the treatment room Kayleigh is a keen Traveller, and enjoys reading and
anything to do with the outdoors.