Based at St John’s Wood.
Sean has extensive experience in both the NHS and in private practice both in the United States and the UK. He has a broad knowledge of treatment techniques and physiotherapy management of spinal, shoulder, hip, knee and ankle problems. His area of clinical specialty is in racket sports-related injuries with specific expertise in tennis strokes, overhead tennis movements and related shoulder pain. In addition to this he has a clinical interest(s) in knee pain, knee rehabilitation post surgery, activity related knee problems and knee/lower limb trauma. He also enjoys seeing a variety of acute and chronic lower back pain patients. In recent years he has diversified his practice with young athletes in a variety of sports to include more exclusively a larger group of adolescent tennis players; he is presently the lead physiotherapist for the elite tennis squad at Reeds School in Surrey.
Junior and Senior Rotational Physiotherapist Ashford and St.Peter’s NHS Trust 2008-2012
Sports Physiotherapy Resident in private Physiotherapy clinic at University of Delaware 2007-2008
Reeds School (Surrey). Lead Physiotheraist elite tennis programme 2017-2018
MSc in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Kings College. London. UK. 2012-2013
(Masters Research: The Effect of Manual Therapy With or Without Visual Feedback on Chronic Lower Back Pain 2013)
Sports Physical Therapy Residency
University of Delaware, USA. 2008
Doctor of Physical Therapy, Washington University in St.Louis. Missouri. USA. 2007
BA University of Louisiana at Lafayette. Louisiana. USA. 2004
1995- 2000: LTA National Coach, International Tennis Federation junior development team coach and travelling coach to several ATP and WTA tour players.
1987-1994: ATP Tour professional tennis player for 7 years
2018 Challenge: New Role as Deputy Manager at Central Health Wellington Platinum Centre. Play more Veterans tennis, attend yoga classes and begin learning something new.