Shane has been working in professional sport since 2006, gaining experience working predominantly with professional athletes in tennis and football. A highlight of that time has been working as personal physiotherapist to Sir Andy Murray, both in the UK and on the ATP tour. He has been proud to provide high performance physiotherapy care to Sir Andy Murray in preparation for and at major events including all tennis grand slams and the 2016 Olympic games in Rio de Janerio.
Shane has also been a physiotherapist for the Great British Davis Cup tennis team since 2014 and in 2015 was one of the physiotherapists to the world championship winning team. Shane has previously worked for the Lawn Tennis Association as physiotherapist working with elite junior and senior players at the National Tennis Centre. Prior to working in tennis, Shane worked as a first team physiotherapist for Queens Park Rangers Football Club from 2006-2010.
Shane completed his BSc Physiotherapy degree at Brunel University in 2002 after which he completed core specialist rotations in the NHS prior to working in professional sport. In 2012, Shane achieved his Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy at Bath University.
Shane has a passion for working with all sports related injuries with a particular interest in lower limb injuries.
Shane has competed to a national level in swimming and represented South England in his youth. When Shane is not working, he devotes his time to his young family and enjoys cycling and watching sports.