Pete qualified from Keele University in 1999 with First class honors in Physiotherapy. His career began working for the North Bristol NHS Trust where he specialized in the treatment of orthopaedic and musculoskeletal injuries. In late 2001 he took up a post at the BUPA Hospital Bristol where he was employed as a Senior Physiotherapist, later progressing to Physio Team Leader and ultimately Physiotherapy Manager.
In June 2004 Pete began working as a Private Physiotherapist. He worked in a variety of settings including continued work for BUPA Hospitals (now Spire Hospital Bristol), The Jonathan Webb Clinic and other Private Clinics. In 2007 Pete established The Physio Clinic Bristol at Riverside Leisure Club. His success as a Private Therapist had given him the confidence to think bigger and take his treatment principles to a bigger audience. His ambition was to provide a team of therapists to provide expert assessment, treatment and rehabilitation to the local community and to meet the ever increasing demand for fast access, high quality Physiotherapy.
The Physio Clinic Bristol is now a multi practitioner Physiotherapy practice including Physiotherapists, Sports Massage Therapists, Strength and Conditioning Coaches and Sports Therapists. Pete continues to have a clinical case load specialising in Lower Limb disorders (especially running related problems), Shoulder problems and Lower Back Pain. He retains close working relationships with prominent orthopaedic consultants and local GP’s.
In addition to his clinical case load he is mentoring and training the team, building the range and quality of services that the clinic provides, as well as running the practice to build on its reputation and success as the Clinic of choice for assessment, diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and long term Movement Health and wellness.
Outside of work Pete enjoys keeping fit through cycling and running having completed several Sportives on the bike and his biggest success to date, the Bristol Half Marathon. When he’s not cycling or running he’s either watching his daughter play football for Bradley Stoke Youth FC or shooting arrows at the local archery club.