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- John’s interest in physiotherapy developed whilst studying for his BSc Honours degree in Sports and Exercise Science. He went on to gain his Master’s degree in Physiotherapy from Leeds Metropolitan University in March 2007.
- As a physiotherapist, John has worked within a number of sporting environments, ranging from amateur football to professional rugby clubs. Since working for Metro Physio, John has found treating both sporting and occupational injuries alike to be highly rewarding. His knowledge of assessment, diagnosis and treatment ensures the best patient care for both sporting and non-sporting injuries.
- As a proactive clinician, John is constantly seeking to expand his knowledge and treatment base within physiotherapy. In 2008 following extensive study and rigorous examination, John successfully gained accreditation to the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine and also became a certified Acupuncturist. John regularly attends courses and lectures on the best management of musculoskeletal injuries recently including; The Mulligan Concept, Spinal Manipulative Therapy, Trigger Point Release and Mobilisation of The Nervous System.
- At Metro Physio John has a special interest within the field of Occupational Health. He is a full member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomic and has attended numerous courses provided by the association. He has used his skills to develop and implement a variety of services at Metro including, Work Capability Assessment and Work Hardening Functional Restoration programmes.
- In his spare time, John enjoys playing cricket, football, snooker and golf. He is a 2nd dan black belt in Shukokai Karate and is a keen guitarist.