England captain Jamie George set for drastic career change when he retires - Ruck

England captain Jamie George set for drastic career change when he retires

England captain Jamie George took the plunge into the business world with his best friend back in 2018, and it’s been quite the success.

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The Carter & George practice clinic, which offers first-class physiotherapy and rehabilitation services, is the joint venture of George and experienced physiotherapist and best friend Rhys Carter.

Established in 2018, the synergy of Rhys’ professional and experienced physiotherapy background, with Jamie’s unique understanding as a professional rugby player, allows The Carter & George Practice to provide a uniquely well-rounded service to all their patients.

The Carter & George Practice consists of a team of highly qualified professionals with specialist knowledge, spanning a diverse range of conditions and treatments. Our team works collaboratively to treat our patients with a balanced approach that is usually reserved for professional athletes.

They have a team who can cover anything from sports injuries to back pain; from the young to the elderly.

Ready to get started? Click here to book online.

“The Carter & George Practice has been a dream of ours for many years, and we are so excited to be opening the practice in 2018,” said George

“As a professional rugby player, I spend a lot of time looking after my body and keeping myself in peak physical condition.Therefore, I know from experience that a healthy combination of physiotherapy and regular physical activity can have an incredible effect on general health and well-being.

“At the practice, we will aim to treat patients’ pain, improve their health, fitness and mobility, and educate them on the importance of taking care of themselves and keeping moving. I can’t wait to get the community involved in some fun sporting activity, too – we want this to be a real hub for all sorts of events and engagements.

“I’ll still be playing for my club and hopefully at an international level, but Saracens are extremely supportive of their players taking the time to develop their personal profile by branching out into business, and I’m looking forward to doing the team proud with this one!”

Telegraph picks 2025 British & Irish Lions squad with Marcus Smith missing out

With the conclusion of the Six Nations, marked by England’s resurgence and Ireland’s triumphant performance once again, The Telegraph have revisited their squad predictions.

Check out who they selected below.


  • Zander Fagerson (Scotland)
  • Tadhg Furlong (Ireland)
  • Finlay Bealham (Ireland)
  • Andrew Porter (Ireland)
  • Ellis Genge (England)
  • Pierre Schoeman (Scotland)
Ellis Genge, Captain of England during the Summer Nations Series Rugby match between Wales and England at Principality Stadium on August 5, 2023 in Cardiff, Wales. Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK


  • Dewi Lake (Wales)
  • Dan Sheehan (Ireland)
  • Ronan Kelleher (Ireland)