Chris graduated from the University of the West of England with a first honours degree in Physiotherapy and is currently in the final stage of completing his MSc in Sports Physiotherapy.
He started his physiotherapy career in professional rugby, football and athletics before deciding to move into primary care in the military. Chris now works in the private physio sector where he treats a range of musculoskeletal conditions but has developed a specialist interest in persistent pain conditions and recurrent injuries.
He has a vast amount of experience in managing chronic, non-resolving symptoms and helping patients achiever their functional goals.
Chris is also very experienced in injury rehabilitation, where he aims to make recovery interesting and engaging for his patients. He believes that a key component to recovery is empowering patients to move with confidence and without fear or anticipation and always encourages his patients to live active, healthy lives.
You will always find Chris caring, positive, outgoing and he always endeavours to do everything he can to help you understand your condition and together work out the optimal way to manage it.
Outside work Chris is really into his fitness and raises money for charity. He has recently completed a 140 mile kayak from Lechlade-on-Thames to Central London and likes to run and cycle in various events. You will not find any sports that Chris isn’t interested in and he also loves a good adventurous holiday.