Matthew graduated in Physiotherapy from the University of Nottingham in 2009 and worked as a physiotherapist whilst completing an MSc in Sport and Exercise Science at Leeds Metropolitan University where he focussed upon psychology of injury and exercise prescription. Matthew then grew his clinical and service development experience in advanced rehabilitation technologies, including robotics (static systems and over-ground exoskeletons), FES exercise equipment and virtual reality rehabilitation systems.
Matthew completed his postgraduate training in Neurological Physiotherapy Practice at Sheffield Hallam University, gaining Continued Professional Development in connective tissue management, anatomy trains, functional movement, Bobath, FES, acupuncture and taping.
A member of ACPIN, IFESS and MASCIP; Matthew presents posters and platform presentations at several professional events. Matthew also regularly provides postgraduate clinical training in FES Exercise Technologies and guest lectures for undergraduate university studies.
Matthew has also undergone training in Aquatic Therapy.
Matthew is based at Physiofunction Spratton, providing rehabilitation for individuals with Neurological conditions. He also works as part of our business growth team, developing our clinical services and rehabilitation technology offering to clients.
Matthew also acts as an Expert Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Technology Witness producing Medico Legal Reports for Solicitors.