Simon studied Physiotherapy at UWE, Bristol and graduated in 2011. Since then he has gained a vast amount of experience through working with a variety of patients across numerous clinical areas.
Following graduation, Simon moved to Oxford to complete his junior rotations in the NHS. In 2013 Simon was promoted into a senior musculoskeletal physio position working within a major trauma centre as well as a variety of different outpatient settings within Oxford.
During his time in Oxford, Simon completed a Master’s module in the management of upper limb and neck injuries at Coventry University. Additionally, for 4 years Simon has worked with a national league rugby union team, completing weekly rehabilitation sessions as well as pitch side trauma management.
After 5 years of working in the NHS, Simon changed direction and began working for the Ministry Of Defence as a team lead Physiotherapist. He spent a further 2 years in Oxford before recently returning to Dorset to continue his work with the Ministry of Defence, this time as clinical lead Physiotherapist, alongside working with Total Therapy.
- Complex Trauma Rehabilitation
- Sports Specific Management and Rehabilitation
- Upper Limb/Neck Treatment and Rehabilitation
- Biomechanics and Functional Movement Screening
Apart from splitting work between Total therapy and the MOD, I spend most of my time with my family and young son, enjoying the excitement that comes with him growing up. Personally, I enjoy all sports, especially rugby union, cycling and disability sports (such as The Invictus Games) but my main passion is cricket, with which I play in the local Dorset league.