Chris has extensive experience working as a Physiotherapist with both recreational and elite runners. He has worked for Team GB supporting their endurance athletes throughout numerous championships including the 2016 Rio Olympics and the 2017 London World Championships, as well as travelling to Diamond League athletics competitions and a number of high altitude training camps in Kenya, South Africa, America and the French Pyrenees.
Having originally helped develop Salford University’s Running Performance Clinic, he now provides 3D running gait analysis at MIHP. Chris is currently completing his PhD at the University of Salford, investigating the biomechanics of running related injuries and biomechanical differences between elite and recreational runners. He has co-authored a number of peer reviewed articles on running biomechanics and has also written articles for Magazines including Runners World.
- Language: English
- Qualifications: BSc Physiotherapy, MSc Advancing Physiotherapy
Specialty and expertise
- Speciality: Musculoskeletal, Orthopaedics, Sport injury
- Sub Specialities: Lower limb injury, Biomechanics, Clinical Gait Analysis
- Sports: Running, triathlon and athletics
- Research: Biomechanics of running related injuries. Differences in biomechanics between elite and recreational runners. Rehabilitation of lower limb injuries