Chartered Physiotherapist, HCPC registered
Ben qualified with a BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2008. He prides himself on his clinical knowledge of sports injuries, orthopaedic surgical rehabilitation and the mechanisms of back and neck pain.
Ben was based in Singapore for seven years and in this time gained a vast amount of sporting experience. He has had the opportunity to work as a pitch side physiotherapist with professional rugby clubs and top-flight rugby tournaments, such as the HSBC 7s, The World Club 10s and the Singapore Cricket Club 7s as well as being the lead physiotherapist for the Singapore Wanderers. He has also worked along side a professional tennis player as their main physiotherapist. This has honed his assessment skills and diagnostics in pressure situations, making his assessments clear and efficient.
Ben has a personal interest in running, cycling, basketball, football, golf, weight lifting, and anything that he can turn his hand to. He has competed in boxing and mountain bike racing in the past and is sometimes even found in the yoga studio.
Ben makes sure he gets to know each of his patients and understands their needs and goals; from pain relief, regaining function to getting back into sport and competing.
Ben has a clinical interest in back and neck pain; and shoulder, knee and ankle rehabilitation. Having seen many of these injuries from acute assessment on the pitch, he has guided them through the rehab phase and back to full function and competition. He has a background in clinical Pilates (STOTT Pilates), which he uses in his rehab programmes. He uses hands on techniques to help relieve stress and pain and he has also trained in medical acupuncture and dry needling in New Zealand, Australia and Singapore, which he uses to accompany other modalities of treatment.
Ben takes great pride in his treatments and makes sure he approaches each case to fore fill the individual’s needs and achieve their goals.