Stuart is a highly skilled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with over 20 years of experience in health care. He has a specialism in lower body biomechanics including Knee, Foot and Ankle, Orthopedics and Sports injuries. Stuart initially studied Physical Education then Sports Therapy. He then studied Osteopathy techniques for 1 year before graduating in Physiotherapy in 2005. In 2009 he completed a Pg Dip in Sports and Exercise Medicine and is currently undertaking a PhD in Human Movement and Biomechanics.
Stuart is also a Pilates instructor and acupuncturist and has worked at the highest level of professional sport since 2005. He has been fortunate enough to work with a range of winners from the Olympics, World Athletic Gold medallists, US Open and Wimbledon champions, British Boxing champions, Indy 500 Winners and many others at the elite level of sport.
Stuart first worked as Personal Trainer, then a Sports Therapist in private clinics, sports teams and in the leading Tennis Academy in the UK. From 2005 he worked as a Physio undertaking Neuromusculoskeletal, Orthopaedic, and Sports Physio. He worked for the LTA as the lead tournament Physio at Junior Nationals, British Tour, ITF, and ATP tournaments.
From 2008 he was employed at Chelsea FC for 5 years and in 2009 he set up Sutton Sports Physio in Surrey. Throughout this time, he still travelled with elite sportspeople in MMA, Tennis, and Motorsport in series such as Indy Cars and with professional Musicians while keeping up work with local athletics clubs. In 2010-2011 he undertook a World tour with high profile musicians and after following another short time on the WTA Tennis tour he decided to concentrate on private practice and further studies. He is currently doing his PhD.
Stuart has been a writer for many health magazines and newspapers such as Personal Trainer, Women's Health, Men's Running, Women's Running, The Daily Mail and contributed to the book Run yourself Fit.
Stuart has relocated back to Scotland and enjoys spending his free time relaxing with his family.