Mark’s background is in sports science and strength and conditioning before qualifying as a Physiotherapist. Mark has worked for many sports teams, including Chelsea FC, along with previous NHS and private practice work.
In 2010 Mark undertook a training mentorship in the USA with the Gray Institute, this provided in depth training on functional biomechanics and treatment strategies. Mark now teaches around the world to fellow therapists on functional movement, treatment and rehabilitation.
Mark loves to spend time with his wife, 2 amazing children and dog doing activities such as paddle boarding, mountain biking, and walking. Mark’s hobbies include playing guitar, basketball, golf, riding all bikes and reading about astrophysics.
Marks passion is understand movement to help patients get back to pain free activity as soon as possible. Everyone is an individual and needs to treated that way. This creates a very personalised treatment and rehabilitation program specific to the individuals needs.
Mark has worked with many athletes from a variety of different sports including Rugby, Cricket, Ice hockey, BMX, Netball as well as treating many stunt performers.
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