Andy is is the Lead Endurance Physiotherapist for British Athletics, working across London, Loughborough and Brighton. Andy has had a passion for athletics for years, covering numerous major competition events; holding camp and training camps both nationally and internationally. He has been either indirectly or directly involved across two Olympic cycles, Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2021.
Andy spent four and a half years as a senior Physiotherapist for the English institute of Sport, based at Bisham Abbey, a central NGB hub for Rowing, Hockey, Women’s Rugby (7’s & 15’s) and sprint Canoeing. His primary role was that of lead Physiotherapist to the British Olympic Association’s (BOA) Intensive Rehabilitation Unit (IRU). It was here that Andy’s passion for ankle foot mechanics was able to flourish developing innovative assessment and treatment options in conjunction with the Strength & Conditioning and Physiology team. Here, Andy provided care for all summer and winter Olympic sports, with a significant percentage being in foot and ankle injuries.
Andy was also an HQ Physiotherapist for Team England at the recent Gold Coast Commonwealth Games 2018 and, he was also Lead Physio for the European Youth Olympic Games in Tbilisi (2016), and attended the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing (2014).
Andy is a specialist Physiotherapist for the Centre for Health & Human Performance specialising in lower limb injuries and endurance running. He is also a qualified Athletics coach and has coached athletes to national titles and regular Great Britain representation. Andy qualified with a first-class Physiotherapy degree from Salford University, after having a previous academic career in History where he gained a PhD from the University of Wales, Bangor.
When he’s not in clinic you’ll find Andy relaxing with his family and enjoying the great outdoors!
For more info on Andy or to book an appointment with Andy please contact the Front of House team at CHHP on 020 7637 7677 or email firstname.lastname@example.org