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Nathan's journey into physiotherapy began amidst his active pursuits of basketball and rugby, where he excelled to a high level. Armed with a degree in Sports Science, his passion led him to pursue further studies at the Masters level in Strength and Conditioning, propelling him into the realm of professional sports.

During his tenure working closely with Physiotherapists and Doctors, Nathan recognised the limitations of following strict protocols, prompting him to embark on a Masters in Physiotherapy at Robert Gordon University. This enabled him to embark on a remarkable journey, initially working with Munster Rugby and subsequently in the United States at prestigious hospitals like Washington Hospital Centre and Walter Reed Military Hospital, specialising in orthopaedics and amputee rehabilitation. He also served as the director of outpatients at a Private clinic in Washington DC.

Nathan's expertise extended to the sports arena, where he worked with the Irish Rugby league team and consulted in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Returning to the UK for a better work-life balance, Nathan joined Nuffield Health, advancing to the role of Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner. He later joined the prestigious Wrightington Wigan and Leigh NHS Trust, where he played a pivotal role in setting up and running the First Contact Physiotherapy service, recognized with an NHS parliamentary award. Additionally, he serves as the Lead Medic for the Irish Rugby Football Union's Irish Qualified (IQ) Program.

With qualifications in injection therapy and prescribing for MSK conditions, Nathan possesses extensive experience in treating musculoskeletal and neurological conditions, with a particular focus on the lower limb, fueled by his own experiences undergoing multiple surgeries.

Beyond his professional endeavours, Nathan cherishes moments touring the country with his young family and Labrador, as well as exploring cultures and history overseas. An ardent rugby enthusiast, he is a dedicated supporter of Munster Rugby, frequently seen cheering them on wherever they play.

Available: Friday's 9am - 4:30pm

Dr Sanjeev
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