David Fevre






David Fevre MSc MCSP SRP has practicing privileges at FYSICL (since 2020) and works as an independent (self-employed) practitioner who operates under the policies in place at FYSICL - and complies with the guidance on professional standards and behaviours as laid out by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists


David is an immensely experienced sports physiotherapist, and has been treating injured elite athletes since 1984.  David was Head of Sports Medicine for Blackburn Rovers FC until January 2017, having been in post since July 1999.


Prior to this, he was previously Chartered Physiotherapist for Wales (2002-2005), Manchester United FC (1994-1999), Great Britain Rugby League (1990-1994), Wigan RL (1989-1994) and Leigh RL (1984-1989).


David worked in the NHS and within a number of Sports Injury Clinics based within the private hospital sector prior to these full-time posts in elite sport, also working as a freelance clinician/lecturer in physiotherapy and sports injury rehabilitation.


He currently has consultancy roles with several European, Premiership and Championship football clubs and is on the teaching faculty for both the Football Association (FA) and Rugby Football League (RFL).


As a clinician, David is second to none as an experienced practitioner in the use, application and interpretation of clinical applied sports dynamometry (using equipment such as the Biodex). He lectures extensively internationally and in the UK on subjects related to sports injury rehabilitation, has had articles/research papers published in several rehabilitation related journals and is the author of the book ‘Collision Sports Injury and Repair.’


In 2012, he was invited to the European (London) and World (Belgium) Soccer conferences to present oral abstracts on his research work in professional football.


David is also an honorary lecturer at both Salford and Manchester University and was awarded the ‘Outstanding Contribution to Professional Football’ award in 2014 by the Football Medical Association (FMA) and ‘The Fabrice Mouamba Outstanding Contribution to Professional Football Award in the NW of England’ in 2015.

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