Born from a desire to engage with the demands of modern culture without any compromise on quality human interaction through the medium of physiotherapy, we are here to help you Stay Ahead of Life.
Across many years of extensive learning and practice, we have been fortunate to help a wide variety of society along on their journeys through life. From front-line NHS staff through to production line workers of the automotive industry; from international elite and professional athletes to veteran gardeners. And now, we want to help you too.
Working in unison with every individual to help you better understand and manage your symptoms, Inform Physio strive to give you back the control that can sometimes be lost during times of pain or injury.
Through a bespoke system of care delivery tailored to your wants and needs, we ensure that the wider picture is never out of sight, applying the latest in evidence-base approaches to assessing and treating to reduce the negative impact your condition may be having on your ability to work, live or play.
Kieran is our principal clinician here at Inform Physio. Originally studying at the University of Birmingham, he began his career in Leeds working in private healthcare delivering physiotherapy services to those injured at work, in road-traffic collisions, as well as domestic and sports-based injuries.
Later supporting employees through fulfilment of satellite Occupational Health services and more complicated traumatic injuries, Kieran commenced his journey into professional sport as Head Academy & Scholarship Physiotherapist to Wakefield Trinity for a number of years.
After relocating back to Birmingham in 2007, Kieran continued to manage working full-time in private practice alongside elite sport as Physiotherapist for Worcester Valkyries / Warriors Women, before moving across to his current position as Head Physiotherapist for Severn Stars Netball. In recent times, Kieran has delivered a dual-role service as Senior and Occupational Health Physiotherapist; he is soon to begin working in the new Circle Health Birmingham hospital and continues to work on elite athlete development projects.
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