Latest Testimonials

Fearing I would miss a major rugby tournament due to injury a friend recommended that I go and see if Peter could help.

From the outset I received a first rate friendly service with an immediate diagnosis, and a treatment plan specifically tailored to getting me back on the pitch ASAP.

I was really impressed that Peter seems to go the extra mile to cater for his clients and takes the time to explain the science of the injury and discuss cure and prevention as well as simple treatment. I also received an excellent follow up service including an exercise plan and a genuine interest in my progress which achieved the results I wanted.

I would thoroughly recommend Peter for his professional yet friendly approach.

Garth

About Me

I started life as a Sports Therapist with Queens Park Rangers FC in 2001 after completing a BSc (Hons) degree in Sports Therapy. My interest in injury and rehabilitation grew and in 2006 I achieved a 2:1 BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy.

Since graduation I completed various rotations in the NHS including outpatients, trauma and rheumatology gaining broad rehabilitation experience. Whilst working full time, I continued to develop my sporting skills with Southampton FC, assessing and treating the elite academy players, enabling me to witness first-hand the pressures and types of injury sustained by young sporting professionals.

The desire to increase my knowledge in sports injuries led me to Cardiff University to gain a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at distinction level. My thesis was on functional ankle instability in athletes, a specialist interest of mine. Having had my undergraduate dissertation on ‘Piriformis Syndrome’ published, am hoping this thesis follows suit.

My most recent achievements include, working with the England Touch Rugby and G.B. Ultimate Frisbee teams. In August 2012 I travelled with the G.B. squad as part of the medical team to cover the Junior World Cup in Ireland whilst in September 2012, I travelled with the England Touch Rugby team to Italy for the European Championships.

In my spare time I continue to play hockey and rugby. I recently completed a tandem bike ride from Bristol to Spain. This spirited adventure was thoroughly enjoyable, however I can safely say I won’t be getting back on a tandem bike again. In 2013 I put aside my physiotherapist kit bag and was selected to play for the England Touch team in Dublin for the Home Nations Tournament where we won gold.  I also relax by playing guitar and mandolin with my house band at weddings and various other functions.

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