Stuart initially graduated in Sports Therapy in 1999 and then Physiotherapy in 2005. He then completed his Pg Dip in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Cardiff in 2010. He is Currently undertaking his PhD in the lower limb with a specialism on the knee and foot and ankle.
He first worked as a sports therapist in professional tennis and private clinics before becoming a physiotherapist and has since split his time between private musculoskeletal clinics and professional sport. Stuart has a wide sports background and has looked after many of the world’s leading male and female tennis players tennis players for more than 15 years working at tournaments including Wimbledon, the French Open and on the WTA tour.
He also worked with INDYCAR in the US in 2008, British Masters Athletics in the UK, and in football, Stuart worked part-time at Chelsea FC between 2008 and 2013 with the academy and development squads.
At Physio Remedies, Stuart treats patients of all ages, fitness levels and musculoskeletal injuries. His specialty these days is in the knee, foot and ankle and sports injuries, working closely with leading orthopedic surgeons in these areas.
I have known Stuart for 10 years from when I was at Chelsea FC. I have had multiple career threatening injuries that he has helped me rehabilitate and recover from, and return to full fitness and playing again. I would highly recommend Stuart to anyone who is concerned about their injury or is having problems returning to normal function or fitness as he always got me back to professional football.
– Adam Coombes, Footballer, ex Chelsea FC, Notts County
I have seen Stuart for over 15 years and throughout my career as a professional tennis player. Stuart has helped me greatly with not only recovering from various injuries but putting together continued support and thorough rehabilitation programmes to help me return even stronger than before.
– Stefan Sterland Markovic, Professional tennis player / Coach
Stuart is fantastic and I would highly recommend him to anyone in need of a physio.