Rob has worked for more than 15 years in private practice, having qualified with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Hertfordshire in 1997.
Rob has worked extensively in the world of sport, having previously been a professional footballer at Luton Town FC and Leicester City FC.
He also worked at Sheffield Wednesday FC for four years and for the NHS before joining Matlock Physiotherapy Centre in 2002.
At this time he also began work at the newly formed England Institute of Sport (EIS), wher he helped manage Jessica Ennis Hill and World Champion squash player Nick Matthew.
Whilst at EIS, his role as Sports Physiotherapist for major sports including boxing, swimming and diving included acting as a mentor and technical lead physiotherapist.
Rob enjoys the clinical aspect of rehabilitation and likes to combine exercise therapy in his clinical practice, which includes advice on 'posture at work'. He also likes to set personalised home exercise programs that allow patients to track their own progress and so attain their goals.