Ian Wilkinson

Ian Wilkinson

B. Pthy, MCSP, MHCPC, MAACP

Specialising in:

  • Biomechanical dysfunction and associated injuries
  • Sports and running injuries
  • Post-operative rehab and strength and conditioning
  • Improving stability, muscle recruitment and performance
  • Shoulder rehabilitation
  • Spinal injuries and core stability programs

With over 17 years of Physiotherapy experience Ian has travelled extensively working in NZ, the UK and Australia, giving him a wealth of  experience managing complex conditions.

After graduating from Otago University in New Zealand in 2000 Ian went on to work in both hospitals and the private sector. In doing so he has built a deep knowledge and understanding of biomechanics, the rehabilitation of sporting injuries and postural dysfunction.

Ian has a keen interested in lower limb and shoulder injuries particularly caused by overloading and compensatory movement patterns. He uses various techniques and approaches to get positive outcomes for his patients, which involve a combination of hands-on manual therapy, acupuncture and improving movement through motor control.

Ian uses functional rehabilitation and physical rehabilitation and has a certificate in applied functional science and is a Certified Acupuncturist through the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists and a Certified Personal Trainer. He is Certified to Level 4 Trauma and Medical Management by the Football Association, trained in both Pilates and Kinetic control and holds a Certificate in Applied Functional Science.

When not working with LCP, Ian also works for Tottenham Hotspur Academy. He also enjoys skateboarding and is an avid runner.

Ian practices at our City Clinic Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

To book an appointment with Ian, call  020 7236 3334, or email us at enquiries@londoncityphysiotherapy.com

 

"Every session with Ben has felt magical and is a step change towards improvement. He's intuitive, a strong listener and has the ability to target healing just where it's needed. Thank you Ben for everything you do."

- Anon, 2017
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