FC Edmonton Partners with the Bridge Advanced Sports Therapy & SPARK Sport Conditioning
Edmonton, AB - FC Edmonton is pleased to announce a partnership with The Bridge Advanced Sports Therapy & SPARK Sport Conditioning. The facility on the second floor of the Kinsmen Twin Arenas will provide the club a number of services as part of FC Edmonton's focus on sport science.
This location is the second for The Bridge, and opened in January of 2018 with SPARK Sport Conditioning moving to the building as well. Among the services provided are strength and conditioning, injury rehabilitation, massage therapy, chiropractic care and nutritional guidance.
"We have a facility where we can keep everything under one roof for the guys," said Co-Owner of The Bridge and FC Edmonton Head Physiotherapist Scott Gilroy. "It's going to give all of the guys large steps forward in terms of their own personal health and the overall health of the team."
"We've got to make sure the players are fresh and ready to go for games, while still challenging them and ensuring they are improving on the strength and conditioning side," said Owner of SPARK Sport Conditioning and FC Edmonton Strength and Conditioning Coach Kim Layton.
"I think you look at what The Bridge is going to offer us, and it's the full sport science program," said FC Edmonton Head Coach and Director of Soccer Operations Jeff Paulus. "One of our goals is to make our players better individually, and helping with this side of the game is one way to do that."
For more information about The Bridge Sports Therapy, visit https://thebridge.fit/
For more information about SPARK Sport Conditioning, visit https://sparkgym.com/
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