Joseph is a Chartered Physiotherapist, speaker and active researcher. His career started within professional sport, in particular football, after graduating from the University of Huddersfield with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2010. It was in this field that he spent five and half seasons working in football league culminating in him working with a Premier League Academy. During the winter of 2012 he achieved his MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Queen Mary University of London in 2012.
During his time in football he developed a specific interest in the assessment and treatment of lower limb injuries, in particular; lumbopelvic, groin and hamstring injuries and pain. He learnt how to not only successfully assess and treat these injuries but to enable the individual to return to activities whilst minimising the risk of re-injury. He enjoys his patients being actively involved in their care and to Joseph, this is the most vital part of the success. He was fortunate enough to demonstrate this philosophy of his on other professional sports individuals, clubs and national sides.
He soon realised the treatment of such injuries run alongside the treatment of such conditions as Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) as many of the individuals he was treating suffered with symptoms reflective of this. He has since attended a variety of courses and has been fortunate enough to be have been taught and lectured by some of the world leaders in this area and even more fortunate enough to call some of them colleagues. His experience and teaching has given him a unique approach to the treatment of such conditions as CPPS. Joseph has carried over his philosophy with emphasis being placed upon the individual driving not only their recovery but also their prevention program.
Joseph is delighted to bring his approach and philosophy in the treatment of CPPS to Harley Street. If you would like to find out more please visit www.jbadhamphysio.co.uk.