Simon is a physiotherapist at Kensington Physio & Sports Medicine, which was founded in 1992 to offer private physiotherapy services to the West London area. He is part of a well established team of leading, experienced therapists who thrive on patient progress in a supportive team environment.
What makes their clinics and therapists different, is that they address the root cause of the problem, using a system of tests to investigate the body from head to toe. Looking at your fundamental planes of movement (Selective Functional Movement Assessment: SFMA) right through to your essential movement patterns (Functional Movement Screen: FMS).
Kensington Physio are a forward thinking practice offering far more than just physiotherapy, including pilates, rehabilitation, podiatry, sports physicians, screening and sports massage.
Simon successfully completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Otago in New Zealand. After working in private practice in New Zealand Simon looked to broaden his horizons and set off overseas to Canada. Here he worked in one of British Colombia’s largest Sports Medicine clinics and developed a love for ice hockey along the way (Go Canucks Go!). Since arriving in the UK he has worked in NHS and private hospitals helping enhance his expertise in treating post-operative and chronic conditions.
Simon is experienced in successfully treating a wide range of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions and he has worked with various sports teams, high level athletes and weekend warriors!
His main areas of expertise and interest are sports injuries, rehabilitation, and biomechanics. He is trained in using functional movement screening, running analysis and corrective rehabilitation techniques, which help him look at his patients holistically and get to the root cause of their problem. He is also skilled in manual therapy techniques, exercise rehabilitation, taping and acupuncture.
Simon’s treatment philosophy is to help keep people moving, doing what they love and performing at their best. In his spare time Simon enjoys travel, music and all things sport – particularly rugby, cricket and running.
Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Otago in New Zealand