Chris Myers is a highly experienced and specialised physiotherapist in musculoskeletal medicine and sports injuries. He has a Masters in Sports & Exercise Medicine and has specialised in the assessment and treatment of tendon disorders.
Chris has over 10 years of working with difficult tendon complaints in both professional and recreational athletes. He has lectured, both in the UK and abroad, on tendon complaints particularly the rehabilitation and treatment of Achilles tendon and patella tendon complaints.
He believes a combined approach is essential to getting clients out of pain and back to full function, whether this is an Olympic athlete, Premiership footballer or an individual trying to run their first marathon.
He has worked with many individual elite athletes with a variety of tendon complaints and has worked with England squash, British Athletics, Tottenham Hotspur FC and Great Britain Badminton. He worked as a physiotherapist at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. Chris also treated an elite sprinting group (100m and 200m) for many years and fully understands the demands running places on tendons and how to implement a tendon rehabilitation within a training programme.
He is an honorary lecturer at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and a visiting lecturer at University College London (UCL) and Canterbury University and is currently involved in a large tendon research study.