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Welcome to the team Kallum!

Jan 10, 2022

Physiotherapist, Kallum Pearson

We’re excited to announce the newest member of the Physio-logical family – Physiotherapist, Kallum Pearson.

Kallum qualified as a Physiotherapist from  the University of Southampton with a MSc in Physiotherapy and also has a degree in Sports Science and Coaching.

Kallum is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and offers evidence based assessment and treatment for all aches, pains and injuries.

Kallum also has a Level Two certificate in Fitness Instructing with experience delivering group and individual exercise classes, and has coached football within a variety of ability levels. Kallum has a keen interest in health and fitness; playing football and golf recreationally.

His focus is to offer high level injury treatment, management and prevention to help people achieve their goals within sport, exercise and daily life. With Kallum’s background in sports science, he can offer sports specific exercise prescription and advice which can help clients progress to the next level too.

Kallum will be working at our Stansted Park clinic from 17th January 2022.

Appointments to see Kallum can be made now via our websiteemail or call 02394 350270.

Welcome to the Physio-logical team Kallum!

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