Ian has been a sports physiotherapist for over 20 years, with a considerable period spent managing the medical services for the Great Britain Boxing program, and currently is the Head of Performance Services and Lead Physiotherapist for GB Boxing.
Ian has attended major events supporting elite athletes on their path to success through Athens 2004, Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016, and the Tokyo 2020 Olympic cycles. Ian is also a published author of research papers and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Upper Limb Biomechanics at Sheffield Hallam University. He also forms part of Team Anthony Joshua (Boxing Olympic and Professional Double World Champion), serving as the lead physio and cut-man for AJ.
Further, he provides private specialist consultations on Upper Limb MSK injuries in the UK and Overseas. Ian has a passion for teaching delivering regular national and international educational workshops, webinars, and conferences on diverse areas linked to Upper Limb sports injuries.
Ian has collaborated on various publications associated with upper limb sports injuries and is a Ph.D. candidate in Upper Limb Biomechanics at Sheffield Hallam University (SHU). Additionally, he is a visiting Lecturer at University College London (UCL) and Queen Mary University London (QMUL).
Fall 2023 in US:
Oct. 21-22, ’23 in Phoenix, AZ
Oct. 28-29, ’23 in Atlanta, GA
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This 2-day course has been shaped to combine effective methods of assessment, treatment, and functional rehabilitation of the whole Lower Limb: Hip, Knee, Ankle & Foot The tutor has a strong background in the management of these areas and will present a course that will allow clinicians to enhance their existing knowledge and impact positively in their respective practice. The content is constantly updated with new evidence-based practice from clinical experience and concurrent research.
Day 1 8:30 am – 6 pm
09:00-09:20 Introduction & Goal Setting for the Upper Limb
09.20-11:10 Relevant Mechanics & Clinical Measures of the Hand & Wrist
11:30-13.00 Understanding & Assessing Pathologies of the Hand & Wrist – Part I
14:00-15.00 Understanding & Assessing Pathologies of the Hand & Wrist – Part II
15:00-15:20 Break • 15:20-16.40 Mechanics & Clinical Assessment of the Elbow
16:40-17:40 Sport Pathologies of the Elbow
17.40-18:00 Reflection & Round Table Discussion
Day 2: 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
08.30-9:00 Recap & Q&A
09:00-10:00 Sport Pathologies of the Shoulder
10:00-11:10 Assessment & Clinical Measures of the Shoulder
11:30-12:30 Exercise Therapy of the UpperLimb
12:30-13:30 Designing a Rehabilitation Program
14:30-15:40 Hands-On considerations for the Upper Limb
15:40-16:00 Summary of both days / Q&As