Sports injury, Western Medical Acupuncture, Cambridge
Graham started his professional sports therapy career in 1992 and, from the word go, he has worked for himself. Graham has been involved in many projects such as triathlon events, swimming events, football, rugby and athletics. He has worked at Histon Football club as one of the sports therapists treating the team's injuries for 3 years at the same time running a very busy sports injury clinic.
Graham has coached Biathlon at Olympic level (Cross Country skiing and shooting) and has had extensive experience in dealing with athletical performance and associated medical problems consistent with that particular sport.
Graham also goes out to companies and performs risk assessments on people who have to work at a computer as part of their job. As one of the main interests Graham has is posture and how to correct a bad one, he believes that a lot of aches and pains developing in a person are in part down to a bad posture.
Most of Graham's treatments involve the subtle mobilization of the soft tissue involved. A strategy is then worked out, to help the patient resolve problems in-between treatments. He also runs workshops teaching other therapists how to increase their skill level. Others treatments involve
1. Painless spinal touch therapy
2. Sports massage
3. Postural assessment and correction
4. Body massage
5. Treatment of musculo-skeletal injuries
6. Joint Mobilization
7. Bio-mechanical assessment
8. Risk assessments (in the workplace)
9. Rehabilitation (from an injury)
10. Musculoskeletal Acupuncture