Manager of Chancery Lane.
I help patients of any age to develop the tools to help themselves to get better where appropriate. I do this by listening to how they view their problem, by helping them to problem solve, and helping to decide if their presentation requires further investigation while giving them a better understanding of their problem and instilling the confidence to start challenging themselves and getting back to the activities they love doing.
Paul is a highly experienced physiotherapist with post graduate specialisation in Manual Therapy, Acupuncture and Strength and Conditioning. Paul’s years of experience and thoughtful approach will quickly solve your problem and get you back to your physical peak.
Paul specialises in the assessment and treatment of shoulder problems, hip and groin pain, knee injuries, lower limb biomechanics, running assessments, cycle assessments and sports injuries, rehabilitation, strength and conditioning. Paul also has a specialist interest in ergonomics and workstation optimisation.
Paul started his physiotherapy career gaining experience in the NHS for 3 years, before working in private practice in New Zealand. Paul has also provided physiotherapy services to the employees at Fords engine production plant in South Wales, as well as the GB Sitting Volleyball team and Wasps Ladies Rugby team.
B.Sc. (Hons) Physiotherapy, University of Wales College of Medicine, 2000
Post Graduate Diploma Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Cardiff University, 2010
Member of Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists
Registered, Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists
UK Strength and Conditioning Association – Associate member
Paul is a PADI qualified SCUBA Dive Master