Matthew Martin BOst FAFS, graduated from The British School of Osteopathy in 2008. He has also studied at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic and has completed the prestigious GIFT fellowship at the Gray Institute in Michigan, USA.
Matt has spent the last decade studying, writing and teaching about the movement system and injury prevention as well as working full time as a clinician in London. He has worked with Olympic and professional level athletes across the disciplines of football, tennis, rowing, ice hockey, golf, swimming, triathlon, sprinting, ultradistance running and crossfit.
Most notably he has devised injury prevention programs for the Oxford rowing team that is still in place and every year treats the crew in preparation of the annual Boat Race. He also successfully rehabilitated 2-time World Champion Crossfit athlete Annie Thorisdottir from a potentially career ending spinal injury, allowing her to return and take Silver the following year.
His special area of interest is in soft-tissue injuries, movement analysis and rehabilitation.
Matthew sits on our advisory board, treats our students and ensures our coaching team is well educated on the human body.