Unfortunately, in 2010 Scott suffered an injury that changed his sporting life and kept him out of the game for four years. Although it is something he will never fully recovered from, it has given him the drive to help ensure other people don’t go through a similar experience. He now works tirelessly in assisting people with their lives post injury.
Scott completed his Master’s degree in Sports Rehabilitation at St. Mary’s University in Twickenham. During this time he gained a wealth of experience in clinical environments as well as in a wide variety of sports, including rugby, football, GAA and athletics. Treating everyone from the general public to professional athletes, some of whom went on to compete at the London 2017 World Athletics Championships, he is very proud to offer the very best treatment to anyone who requires it.
With 5 years’ experience working as a musculoskeletal therapist, Scott now specialises in injury assessment, deep tissue/sports massage, dry needling and rehabilitation. However, these techniques are not solely reserved for sports-related injuries but also tightness in the neck, shoulder pains, postural tensions and tensions due to office work. All of these can benefit hugely from rehabilitation treatment.
Scott thoroughly enjoys his work and believes in a multi-faceted approach to make sure all of his patients receive the best outcomes possible. Having worked at Optimal Spine and Sports Dimensions for over a year, he has gained a wealth of experience in clinical environments. He is also very popular with both clients and staff members alike.