My journey into physiotherapy started during my teenage years, when suffering from back pain due to being hunch over a desk and then opposite movement when playing cricket, I decided to see a physio. This ignited the fire in me to become a physio and help people get back to the things they love. I gained a first-class honours degree from the University of Brighton in 2012, following this I started a rotational job a Medway hospital, and soon chose to specialise in Musculoskeletal Physio. Since then I have worked and then managed a team of physios at a leading independent hospital, while progressing my skills to make the clinician I am today.
My approach may be a little different to some physios, my aim is to empower people to understand their condition, to allow them not just to recover from their injury but to move better and perform better than before the injury. I use a wide variety of techniques including manual therapy and acupuncture and have a huge emphasis placed on rehabilitation utilising my keen interest in strength and conditioning. I enjoy working with athletes for long term maintenance and injury prevention and currently work with Team GB powerlifters and professional MMA fighters.
In my spare time I enjoying exercising, mostly strength and conditioning, spending time with my family and friends. I enjoy a good cup of coffee and a weekend treat of craft beer.