Frank qualified as a chartered physiotherapist after graduating with his MSc Physiotherapy degree at King’s College London. Prior to this, he graduated with his Bachelors in Sports, Health and Exercise Sciences at Brunel University London. Between these two degrees, he strives to use his academic and practical understanding of the science behind sports performance, biomechanics, physiology, and psycho-sociology to adopt a patient centred, holistic treatment approach when working with clients of all backgrounds.
Frank has particular interest to work for the private sector, as he upholds a strong motivation to deliver the most effective, evidence-based practices and treatment modalities for a spectrum of conditions, ranging from acute sport-related injuries to chronic longstanding sedentary conditions.
Having worked as a NHS Physiotherapy assistant, Frank understands and seeks to implement the required interpersonal skills and altruistic nature of healthcare provision, with clinical experience gained in elective and trauma orthopaedics, geri-ortho’s, oncology, and amputee rehab areas.
Outside of physio-practice, Frank enjoys sports such as badminton and basketball in his spare time, and is keen on gaining travelling experiences.
Frank is based at our Crystal Palace and Wimbledon Clinics.