Careers in Sports and Nutritional Therapy

By: The Paragon College  17/05/2011
Keywords: nutrition, fitness, college

It must be the weather of something but people are already booking courses for September eager for that change in career that may have eluded people before now.

Sports Therapy
is one of the fastest-growing careers in the sport and exercise sector. One reason for this is how varied the opportunities can be. You could be working as a gym instructor or within a Sports Injuries clinic; the possibilities can be incredibly exciting.  

Our Sports Therapy course covers a wide range of subjects including, anatomy & physiology, sports massage, sports injuries, sports psychology, biomechanics, sports nutrition, gym instruction and sports rehabilitation.

Nutritional Therapists work with a huge variety of clients, some with chronic health problems, weight issues or even stress. As such, therapists work in conjunction with GP’s and other health practitioners. 

The Nutritional Therapy course covers a broad spectrum of subjects including, Anatomy & Physiology, dietary requirements for special groups and for managing disorders, biochemistry, nutritional physiology, pathophysiology and clinical practice.

You require 4 GCSE’s and 1 A level to join either course.(OR industry equivalent).

If you would like to work for yourself and want to make a difference to people’s lives, then you should really consider a career in either profession.

Visit our website to find out more or call The Paragon College on 0333 240 0033.

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