After completing his physiotherapy training and graduating from Otago University in New Zealand, Troy has spent the past 20 years in the UK working in private clinics, private hospitals and the NHS.
Troy was fortunate enough to work and learn alongside some of the best physiotherapists within the UK, helping him to develop his expertise as a clinician. Troy went on to complete a Master’s degree in physiotherapy at Birmingham University in 2010 and gained admission to the MACP. Following his return to the NHS in 2013, Troy worked within the local Aneurin Bevan Health Board as a Clinical Specialist.
His clinical interests include spinal assessment and treatment with sub-grouping of conditions for treatment pathways and establishing specific rehabilitation programmes; sports injuries with specific rehabilitation; lower limb biomechanics and movement assessment; gait/running analysis; tendon injury sub-classification and rehabilitation.
Troy's current role involves leading and developing specialist services within the Centre for Clinical Physiotherapy. He is responsible for integrating the dedicated expertise of his team with the highly-individual patient care for which St Joseph's is renowned.
Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP)
Neuro-Orthopaedic Institute Member (NOI)
Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP)
Health Care and Professions Council (HCPC)
Away from work I enjoy keeping active in the outdoors with my wife and three young children. I balance my love of food by keeping fit with running, cycling and swimming. I enjoy watching and supporting a range of sports, particularly rugby with Risca RFC, Wales and the All Blacks.
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