David Jones is an Oxford based Physiotherapist registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and a member of both the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and The Society of Sports Therapists.
David has over 20 years' experience of working in Professional Football. During this time, he provided the treatment, rehabilitation and injury management for all players involved at this level, from mature professionals, to aspiring children at the school of excellence.
In 2004 he moved into a senior lecturing position within the school of Life Sciences at the University of Hertfordshire. He currently combines lecturing with rehabilitation and sports injury consultancy work at his private practice in Oxford.
David has extensive experience in the management of sports injuries that affect athletes at all levels. He has a keen interest in all aspects of sports medicine. In particular, he is well known for his specialist knowledge regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of knee injuries and groin pain. He has worked closely with experts throughout the world, including Dr Donald Shelbourne the world renowned knee surgeon based in Indianapolis USA, and the Australian Anthony Hogan, a Physiotherapist with specialist interest in groin pain based in Adelaide.
In the ever changing world of sports medicine, David has always endeavoured to be at the forefront of new developments. He takes great pleasure in using this knowledge to help his clients return to their chosen sport, which is his goal.
• British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine (BASEM) - With The Society of Sports Therapists (2013); Objective Based Rehab in a Sport and Exercise Context – A problem solving approach.
• Changing Perspectives Conference (2009); A one day conference on Evidence Based Practice & Clinical Implications in Musculoskeletal Therapy; Current Trends & Philosophies in the Management of Groin Pain. Dublin.
• Changing Perspectives Conference (2008); A one day conference on Evidence Based Practice & Clinical Implications in Musculoskeletal Therapy; Current Trends & Philosophies in the Management of Groin Pain. University of Leeds.
• The Society of Sports Therapists Seminar (2007); Current Concepts in the Rehabilitation of Groin Injuries. London.
• BUPA Master Class (2002); Rehabilitation Following ACL Reconstruction. London.
• Pain to Performance Conference (1998); Current Trends & Philosophies in the Rehabilitation of Patients Following ACL Reconstruction. Glasgow.
• Travelling Scholarship to Indianapolis (1997); USA
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