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James Moore is a highly experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist. In addition to private clinical work he has worked throughout the UK, USA & Australia with professional athletes ranging from Olympic Track & Field, National & Premiership Rugby, American Football, Major League Baseball, Body builders and was the medical team leader for Gloucestershire County Cricket for two years.
He is currently the National Clinical Lead Physiotherapist to UK Athletics and therapy team leader for the London National Performance Centre heading towards the London 2012 Olympics, as well as a Consultant Physiotherapist to the RFU elite performance squad.
James graduated from Kings College London in 1996, after completing a four-year Honours degree in Physiotherapy. Following graduation he worked in the NHS, while also gaining further experience with county rugby sides, and semi-professional rugby teams. He then moved to the United States, where he worked in a spinal & sports specialist centre in Chicago. While in the States he was fortunate to have worked with some of the best surgeons, and consulted on Professional Athletes involved in the NFL, MLB, power-lifting and bodybuilding. It was here that James trained as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and Pilates instructor to aid in his exercise prescription for his clients. Fuelled by a desire to learn more about his profession, he moved to Australia in 2000 and completed his Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, specialising in spinal problems, at The University of Queensland. The university is regarded as a centre of excellence for research globally.
On returning to the UK he took up the post of Clinical Lead Physiotherapist to the English Institute of Sport, with a special affiliation to UK Athletics. He has been to a number of major championships around the world, and recently was promoted to National Clinical Lead Physiotherapist for UK Athletics, his role to develop a national clinical strategy to the London 2012 Olympics and beyond.
His clinical passion lies with Hip and Groin injuries, where he developed and founded the Sporting Hip & Groin course.
Through this specialist area, he has consulted for a number of Premier league & championship football clubs and Premiership Rugby Clubs.
James, considers himself fortunate, in that he has always had a life long love for Rugby, and in the summer of 2010 was afforded the opportunity to tour with the England Senior rugby team to Australia. Where he was one of the team Physiotherapists, and part of the historic win over Australia on home soil