Chris Moule

Chris is an ex-professional rugby player with Worcester Rugby Club and played for England U16's and U21. Due to his keen interest in sports, he completed his BSc  in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Birmingham before deciding to train as a physiotherapist. He completed his BSc in Physiotherapy at The University of West England, graduating with first class honours in 2008.

 

Chris is an ex-professional rugby player with Worcester Rugby Club and played for England U16's and U21. Due to his keen interest in sports, he completed his BSc  in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Birmingham before deciding to train as a physiotherapist. He completed his BSc in Physiotherapy at The University of West England, graduating with first class honours in 2008.

After completing his core rotations in the NHS, Chris specialised in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy.  Alongside his work in the NHS, Chris spent time working privately and as a sports physiotherapist for junior representative rugby teams, including at international trials.

Chris has continued to develop his skills and has completed his Msc in Manual Therapy from Coventry University. He is a member of Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) which is a prestigious title for physiotherapists who have reached a recognised standard of excellence in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.  He has recently completed research into the management of Neck pain.

He has experience of working as an Advanced Practitioner Physiotherapist for the NHS, working alongside Orthopaedic Surgeons, requesting imaging and managing complex patient presentations. He has also lectured for universities and presented at national conferences. Chris currently  works within Primary Care as a MSK First Contact Practitioner

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