Patrick is an MSK Specialist working as the Lead Clinical delivery Physiotherapist with GB Canoeing’s Olympic Sprint Squad. He is based at the National Sports Centre at Bisham Abbey when not travelling internationally with his squad. He is also the Clinical Lead Physiotherapist for the Physio & Therapy Practice, Teddington, South London
He qualified from the University of Ulster, Belfast before focusing on his MSK development. He is MSc accredited and has previously worked as the Deputy Head of Therapies for the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore (RNOH).
He has a strong contact and non-contact based background working previously with GB Slalom Canoe and Archery in Olympic sport. He has worked with professional rugby in the Irish Premier League, Australian Rules Football in Sydney and Professional Football. He has a keen interest in movement analysis and running mechanics incorporating his experience in athletics to all of his recent roles. In addition he has worked with national Boxing squads, MMA, Club and Inter-county Gaelic Football/Hurling and Royal Academy dancers.
Rob has written pieces on the topic of sports taping, warm up and stretching and continues to work internationally with a variety of elite athletes particularly with Canadian pro snowboarding. Previously, he worked with Great British Olympic teams; to include Bob Skeleton, Snowboarding, Canoeing, Judo and Archery. In addition to this, he has also worked in professional rugby, basketball and semi-professional football.
Richard Moore is a Registered Osteopath with a first class (honours) degree and is Clinical Director of a clinic in Nottingham UK (www.mooreosteopathy.co.uk). He is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and is a member of the Institute of Osteopathy (iO). With vast experience in the use of kinesiology tape, Richard has had a number of literature reviews published in SportEx Dynamics journal looking at the evidence behind the use of the tape in musculoskeletal treatments.
Adam currently works as the Lead Performance Physiotherapist for Welsh Athletics, having previously worked in professional football for over 10 years. Adam has a special interest in hamstring and tendon injuries, their management and rehabilitation. Since qualifying as a chartered physiotherapist from Cardiff University in 2005, Adam has worked in various elite sports and multi-sport championships, and went on to complete his Masters in Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy in 2016.