Meet the Physio
Suresh graduated in 2001 (Bachelor degree in physiotherapy) from Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R university. He worked as a physio for 18 months in Tamil Nadu and decided to do his Masters in UK. Suresh completed his MSc (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy) from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK in Oct 2003. He then started working at Danetre Hospital, Northamptonshire (National Health Service) in June 2004 as a senior physio in Musculoskeletal Out patients dept. He has also worked in private clinics and sports clubs part time for the past 3 years. Suresh has also completed the upper quadrant module (Part of MSc Manipulative physiotherapy degree) part time, from Nottingham University, UK. He has also trained under renowned Physiotherapists ( Dr. Jeremy Lewis, Jo Gibson, Toby Hall, Kim Robinson, Jacqueline Clark, Anju Jaggi, Robin Blake, Joshua Cleland, Howard Turner, Roger Kerry, James Moore, Mark young) and Osteopaths ( David Tutton and Mark Duffree). Suresh has also trained under The Society of Orthopaedic Medicine, UK, The Australian  Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute and Neuro Orthopaedic Institute, Australia.
 
   
Suresh completed his employment with the NHS in September 2010 to set up a clinic in Chennai which has always been his long term plan. He has more than 6 years clinical experience in the UK treating more than 20,000 patients with spinal ( neck, back) and peripheral ( shoulders, knees, elbows, ankle etc) joint problems. Suresh has successfully rehabbed patients following sports injuries. He has also rehabbed patients following Joint replacements, post fractures and post arthroscopic surgeries (knee, hip, shoulders, ankle)
 
   
Presentations  
Suresh has Presented a workshop on the importance of posture and ergonomics and its role in the prevention of back at ICFAI School of management, Madurai, 2007
 
   
He Presented a workshop on the importance of posture and ergonomics and its role in the prevention of back at Logica CMG, Bangalore, Jan 08.
 
   
Suresh has also lectured in conferences in India and regularly taught physiotherapy students in UK and also at Sumandeep Vidyapeeth university, Vadodara, Gujarat.