BSc Hons, MCSP, MAACP, MHCPC, CEHF
Chartered Physiotherapist, Acupuncturist, Pilates & Fitness Instructor
Sherief completed his degree in Physiotherapy at Coventry University and graduated with first-class honours.
Since then, he has worked in both the private and public health care sectors including two London NHS hospitals; University College London Hospital & St George’s University Hospital. His experience spans across various specialities including 2 years in the specialist St George’s Shoulder Unit, working alongside world-leading upper limb orthopaedic surgeons. Sherief has extensive experience rehabilitating all patient groups, from seniors to high performance athletes.
Within the private physiotherapy sector, Sherief has worked with high level sports teams and athletes practising; manual techniques, joint manipulations & mobilisations, Pilates, biomechanical movement analysis, bespoke rehabilitation, acupuncture and dry needling to aid his patient’s recovery. He is highly skilled in the management of all conditions of the back, neck, upper and lower limbs.
Sherief couples his physiotherapy passion with his interest in health and fitness. When not working, Sherief plays rugby and enjoys physical activity outdoors and in the gym. Having previously qualified with a Certificate in Exercise and Health Fitness he has also spent much time in the fitness industry as a trainer.
With a special interest in strength and conditioning and functional rehabilitation, he is uniquely qualified to assist recovery from your injury to the high-performance levels.