Chris qualified as a physiotherapist from Bournemouth University and moved to The Carter & George Practice from Tottenham Hotspur, where he worked with professional and age group players. Chris continues his work supporting the Tottenham Hotspur Academy, when he isn’t in clinic.
Chris began his career working within the NHS as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. Chris has also worked with AFC Bournemouth, England Touch Rugby and has provided his services to British University and College Sports events.
During his time at Tottenham, he successfully gained his Bronze Certification (ACPSEM) and is certified as an EXOS Performance Specialist; he strives to broaden his expertise and is committed to further professional development.
Chris is truly a sports injury specialist, and is particularly interested in injury causation and the factors that lead to injury recurrence and concurrence. This was of particular importance working with the Tottenham players and getting them back to match- fitness promptly. Chris has a specialist interest in lower limb injuries, post-operative lower limb rehabilitation and sports related injuries. Chris has a strong passion
for utilising objective data to guide rehabilitation and the journey getting his clients back to their goals of whatever nature.
Sport has formed the backdrop to Chris’ professional and personal life: having completed Half Ironman Triathlons and 50 and 100km
Specialist Interest: Lower Limb Injuries, Football Injuries/Sports Injuries, Complex Post-Operative Rehabilitation