Alex completed a bachelors degree in Sport & Exercise Science in 2009 and furthered his interest in injury and rehabilitation by completing a Master's degree in Physiotherapy in 2012. Alex has worked in the musculoskeletal field since qualifying; working with patients in the public, private, occupational health and medicolegal settings. Alex also currently works with NHS patients on a daily basis.
Alex has undertaken a number of postgraduate courses, including acupuncture, orthopaedic medicine and spinal manipulation. Alex is also a certified Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) practitioner, which he uses to accurately direct assessment and treatment decisions. Alongside this, Alex is a certified Functional Range Release (FRR) practitioner and Functional Range Conditioning mobility specialist (FRCms), enabling him to accurately assess and treat soft tissue and joint injuries with manual treatment and progressive rehabilitative exercise. Alex continues to expand his clinical knowledge with regular attendance to the world's leading professionals in rehabilitation and strength & conditioning, and keeps abreast of clinical developments through social media to ensure the best service is provided to his patients.
Alex's biggest passion outside of Physiotherapy is strength training, however that doesn't stop him combining the two. With Alex, you can expect treatment and rehabilitation to be both thorough to your needs, and challenging enough to reach and surpass your goals.