Oaksey House was purpose built by The Injured Jockeys Fund in 2009 as a facility for the treatment and rehabilitation of injured jockeys and beneficiaries. In order to create a cutting edge facility and to treat a broader spectrum of injuries we have been working with the Injured Jockeys Fund over the past 3 years to assist them in transforming Oaksey House into a state-of-the-art facility. The key changes involved extending the building and installing a Hydroworx 750i hydrotherapy pool, redesigning the layout to create new treatment facilities and a new super-sized first floor gym.
Like the pool at Jack Berry House, the IJF’s northern Fitness and Rehabilitation Centre in Malton, and also made in the US by Hydroworx, the pool is beneficial in treating a multitude of injuries with its underwater treadmill, massage hoses and performance monitoring systems. It can also accommodate spinally injured patients.
The hydro pool is to be known as the AP McCoy hydropool, named after the champion jockey and president of the Injured Jockeys Fund. The building was officially opened HRH The Princess Royal in February 2018.
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