Scott Davie

Scott Davie completed a degree in Sport & Exercise Science from Loughborough University, specialising in biomechanics and kinesiology, before graduating as a physiotherapist from the University of Birmingham in 2013. Prior to qualifying as a physiotherapist, Scott worked as a sports massage therapist after gaining his level 3 Sports Massage Qualification.

Scott started his career in Birmingham working in the NHS across a range of specialities, gaining a wide range of experience, before settling in Worcestershire as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. Much of Scott’s work remains within the NHS where he treats a wide range of patients and works alongside consultant surgeons in trauma clinic. He has also gained experience working within the sports sector in a number of sports including American Football, Rugby and Athletics.

In his spare time Scott is a keen sportsman and musician. He is currently on a steep learning curve having recently bought a house and is enjoying the new set of challenges that this brings!

Scott Davie completed a degree in Sport & Exercise Science from Loughborough University, specialising in biomechanics and kinesiology, before graduating as a physiotherapist from the University of Birmingham. Prior to qualifying as a physiotherapist, Scott worked as a sports massage therapist after gaining his level 3 Sports Massage Qualification.

Scott started his career in Birmingham working in the NHS across a range of specialities, gaining a wide range of experience, before settling in Worcestershire as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. Much of Scott’s work remains within the NHS where he treats a wide range of patients and works alongside consultant surgeons in trauma clinic. He has also gained experience working within the sports sector in a number of sports including American Football, Rugby and Athletics.

In his spare time Scott is a keen sportsman and musician. He is currently on a steep learning curve having recently bought a house and is enjoying the new set of challenges that this brings!

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