England and Manchester United Star Harry Maguire first became aware of ProMOTION EV1 when he injured his ankle in May 2021. He constantly used the product on his ankle to get fit for the Euros. Following his successful recovery and return to play, he has invested in the company.
“ProMOTION EV1 improved the timescale of my recovery from injury, 100%”
English professional football manager and former player for Manchester United and England has been an investor and supporter of the technology from its infancy to current day.
“Every Professional Athlete Will Suffer Injuries In Their Career. I Only Wish I Had ProMOTION EV1 During My Playing Career.”
Head of Recovery and Medical Logistics at Bristol Bears Rugby Club, has been a development partner since 2018, and has been involved in the evolution of the product.
“The cooling element is really beneficial, especially for players with acute injuries. With these injuries we always focus on the cold especially in those first few days, particularly if there’s a specific area we can target, like a dead leg, an exact ligament, or a position on the ankle or knee, we found it very beneficial to target those exact areas.”
Carl Nelson, 20 years’ experience in sports medicine, chartered physiotherapist for professional football club. Been part of our development program since 2018 and has been involved in the evolution of the product.
“For players suffering with knocks, they can use the device to help maintain fitness and help them train.”
Manchester Metropolitan University
We have worked closely with Professor James Selfe and DR Chris McCarthy over the years, and they have played an instrumental part in the developing the robust evidence base behind ProMOTION EV1.
University of Central Lancashire
We have worked closely with Professor Jim Richards and Jill Alexander over the years, and they have played an instrumental part in the developing the robust evidence base behind ProMOTION EV1.
“Given the versatility of its uses and its compactness, I believe the sports science community will see this as a major breakthrough.”
Professor James Selfe, Manchester Metropolitan University