Gary is dedicated to providing patient-centered care, using his experience to ensure effective and enjoyable therapy to meet your specific requirements. You will be educated and motivated about all aspects of your treatment through a comprehensive assessment, treatment and review, which takes your lifestyle into account whether work, sport or simply everyday life related. This develops a mutual understanding of how we can make the changes that will make you move better and feel better, resulting in a lasting effect on your health and life.
In 2010 Gary graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Sport & Exercise Science from Bath University, England, followed up with a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, Scotland, in 2014. Gary immediately enjoyed specializing in musculoskeletal rehabilitation but still blends in his clinical experience in exercise progression, neurological, respiratory, and mental health rehabilitation. He has completed courses in acupuncture, soft tissue, manual and manipulative therapy, concussion rehabilitation, and subscribes to several research publications. Combining this experience and a one-on-one approach gives Gary confidence in finding a solution to your needs.
Otherwise Gary has previously enjoyed a career in teaching, set up the spinal cord institute of Zambia, covered the Peterborough Petes, Junior and Senior Lakers, and speaks English, French, Dutch and Spanish. Gary can be found playing several sports, cycling to work, travelling and spending time with family and friends.