Meet the Therapist
Founder & Clinical Director
Nicholas is the company founder and lead therapist at The No. 1 Pain Relief Clinic Ltd. Currently, Nicholas is a member of The Society of Sports Therapists and member of the Communications Group, he has also served as Vice Chairman for the last eight years.
As a sports and multi-disciplined therapist Nicholas is proud to work with an evidence based approach that deals with the management, prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of sport injuries and musculoskeletal conditions. As well as being a therapist, Nicholas is a lecturer and academic writer that has contributed to major leading health magazines. Nicholas has appeared on national radio stations as a guest health advisor. He also has experience working with professional and international footballers, martial artists and cyclists as well as elite athletes. Apart from running his busy sports injury and complementary therapy clinic in Buxton, Nicholas is a keen para-cyclist and fundraiser for The Guide Dogs for The Blind.
Medical book reviewer for:
The Society of Sports Therapists.
Quoted in 'INTERNATIONAL THERAPIST - ISSUE 118 – AUTUMN 2016' Joint Support - Arthritis
As a graduate therapist and member of:
The Society of Sport Therapists (MSST)
London and Counties Society of Physiologists (LCSP)
The General Hypnotherapy Register (GHR)
Federation of Holistic Therapists (FHT)
The Association of Reflexologists (AoR)
The International Federation of Professional Aromatherapists (IFPA)
I strongly believe that Clinical education is a life-long learning process.
As a therapist I am dedicated to continual education and continual professional development (CPD). This approach ensures that my skills and services continue to be up-to-date and evidence based. To attain common goals The No. 1 Pain Relief Clinic are in dialogue with professional associations, Colleges and Universities.
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Federation of Holistic Therapies 2016
Finalist: Sports Therapist of the year
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association
Volunteer Long Service Award
for 'hard work, loyalty, dedication and enthusiasm'.
The Society of Sports Therapists is a member of The Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Alliance (ARMA) which is the umbrella body for the arthritis and musculoskeletal community in the UK. The Society is one of a large group of organisations seeking to transform the quality of life of people with musculoskeletal conditions.