Anthony graduated from the University of Bradford in 2014 following a change in career away from an office job.
He started work straight away in the Hull hospitals where he stayed for year and gained invaluable experience working in outpatient physiotherapy and within the neurosurgery wards helping with rehabilitation and assessment of patient’s varying from brain tumours, head injuries to spinal surgery.
Anthony then decided to specialise following his experience in Hull and has worked as musculoskeletal physiotherapist since 2015. Anthony has gained experience of treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions of both private and NHS patient’s helping them to achieve their goals. Anthony is very keen on getting people to engage in their therapy using exercise which is then combined with manual therapy.
As well as progressing towards finishing the society of musculoskeletal medicine foundation courses, Anthony has progressed his manual therapy by attending a spinal manipulation course and most recently has been introduced to dry needling. He is also a level 4 sports massage therapist which he readily uses in his treatment.