Chris qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from the MSc Physiotherapy course at the University of Teesside in 2008, having completed a degree in Sports Science and Physiology at the University of Leeds, prior to this.
Since then, Chris has worked for a leading private practice and in the NHS in London and he has run his own practice in Buenos Aires (Argentina). Following those experiences, Chris returned to his hometown of Sheffield to join our team. Chris therefore brings a wealth of musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy experience to the White House Clinic.
Chris has also worked in professional and semi-professional sport including working at the London 2012 Olympics, working in professional football and working for a semi-professional rugby team. He has also provided physiotherapy support to runners at the London Marathon.
Chris takes great pride in his work as a physiotherapist, he builds a strong rapport with his patients and takes a collaborative approach to provide his patients with the best possible care. Chris has extensive knowledge of exercise prescription, incorporating strength and conditioning principles and tailoring this to his patients’ needs. Chris has special interest in managing lower limb, hip and groin, and shoulder injuries, he loves treating sports injuries, runners and cyclists too. Chris is also acupuncture trained and has completed extensive post-graduate training in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy.
Chris enjoys running, cycling, football and previously played competitive ice and in-line hockey. When he’s not running around after his two young sons, he loves nothing more than a good strong cup of tea, relaxing with a nice glass of red and when the opportunity arises he loves to travel.