- Bachelor of Physiotherapy graduating with Credit
- Qualified Pilates Instructor
- Chartered Physiotherapist
- Health and Care Professions Council member (Full Registration)
- Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapists Number 911501
- Qualified Sport Medic
- Bupa - 81057695
- Aviva - 600098445
- Cigna - 205194
- Others - All require the practioner's Health and Care Professions Council number: PH 108326
- Sport Injuries
- Muscle and Ligament
- Tendon Injuries
- Shoulders Injuries
- Knee Pain and Injuries
- Technique Anaylsis
- Running and Exercise
- Gym Programs
- Pain when moving head or walking
Hanan grew up in New Zealand where he gained entrance into Otago University. After four years of study he graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy (2010) gaining credit. Otago University is home to such famous Physiotherapy graduates as Robin McKenzie and Brian Mulligan so as part of the course he gained a strong base in Mulligan and McKenzie therapy. These sound techniques are some of the many tools Hanan can choose to use when treating patients, especially ones with back or neck problems.
During university Hanan also completed his sports medic training and would volunteer as a sports medic for rugby, football and netball. This is where his passion for sports physiotherapy grew. After graduation Hanan moved to Australia and started working in a sport and injury clinic under the well respected sport physiotherapist Georgie Vinton. He gained a lot of experience working with a wide range of people from Olympians to war veterans with a variety of injuries and issues. Along the way Hanan gained special interests in numerous sporting injuries and also the treatment & rehabilitation of knee and shoulder pathology. Having strived to further grow in these areas of interest he became a pitch side physio, working with the local football and rugby team.
Ever since first being trained in Pilates at university Hanan has used these principles in his treatment and rehabilitation. In 2013 he officially became a fully qualified Pilates instructor specialising in equipment classes. He took that training into his former role in Australia creating and running Pilates classes for people of all levels.
I believe pain shouldn’t have to be something you accept. Being in and out of physio, as a patient, for numerous sporting injuries gave me a great appreciation for that. When I was 14 I decided that is what I wanted to be a physio. I am very happy to say that is exactly what I’m doing. As my 14 year old self realised (I sure everyone else out there feels the same) you don’t want a physio who only treats the symptoms of your issue, you want a physio looks for the cause of the problem and fixes that too. So I have made it my mission as the therapist to, not only, treat someone to get them pain free but to target what originally caused that issue in the first place. Once I have found that I want to give you the knowledge and skills to start treating yourself at home to reduce the problem and then stop it reoccurring.
Physiotherapy can and should be used not only as a treatment to an issue but a way to prevent issues from reoccurring. That can only be done is by truly understanding what the root causes of your problems are. That is what my training and experience has geared me to do. Not only give you great treatment but an accurate diagnosis and ways to prevent future problems. I want to help you if you have any type of pain, new or old and in any shape or form. So bring me your new and old problems and lets figure them out!