Sam graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy. During his placement year, he has worked with Championship rugby sides London Welsh and London Scottish.
Being part of a rehabilitation and medical team, Sam is able to advise and devise personalised training plans to suit individual needs.
He enjoys solving those everyday aches and pains whilst also specialising with those who are returning from injury and operations. Sam believes in encouraging good stability and mobility, using injury avoidance techniques to improve performance and general wellbeing. Whilst he specialises in shoulder, knee and ankle rehabilitation, his experience across many sports gives him a wide range of understanding and diagnosis of musculoskeletal injuries.
His work at the OCR world championships; London marathon; as a Head Therapist with Gaelic football and at various football tournaments has given him an increased understanding of injuries and rehabilitation in different sports. Sam enjoys in his spare time Olympic lifting to enhance explosive power and strength, playing rugby, swimming and cycling.
You’ll find him working weekly with a local rugby club Old Reigatians pitch side. He is a down to earth, approachable guy who enjoys good conversation with a great sense of humour and bundles of enthusiasm.
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