I moved to the South Hams, a place I have loved since my annual holidays, as a young boy, visiting my grandparents in Marlborough, in 2013 and joined AMS Physio.
Since qualifying in 1988, I worked for an initial initial six years gaining a broad and wide range of experiences in the NHS.
My career path then lead in to the sports world and I started working at Lilleshall, the National rehabilitation Centre.
Part of my role involved travelling the world with the England table tennis, hockey and squash teams.
During my time with the national teams I travelled to Australia to complete a post graduate study in manipulative medicine and develop my main area of interest; the treatment and rehabilitation of ongoing or chronic spinal, general joint and muscle problems.
Leaving Shropshire in 2003 I moved South and combined private practice with working for the Great Britain Olympic and Paralympics sailing teams which included working as part of the medical team for the recent London 2012 Olympic games.
Part of my role with the sailors was injury prevention and fitness in the form of exercise classes and stretching.