Mr Alex Quinn, Physiotherapist
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About Mr Alex Quinn
HCPC number: PH74082
Year qualified: 2005
Place of primary qualification: University of Hertfordshire
Alex did his bachelor's degree from University of Hertfordshire in the year 2005. He currently works as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine, Threadneedle Street in London.
Alex’s areas of clinical interest include running injuries, lower limb injuries, shoulder, back pain and neck pain and sporting interests are running, athletics, football and golf. He has earlier worked at Southend University Hospital, Barking and Dagenham NHS and Ian Edwards Physiotherapy.
Areas of expertise
- Running injuries
- Lower limb injuries
- Back pain
- Physical therapy
- Manual therapy
- Sports medicine
- Exercise prescription
- Injury prevention
- Pain management
- Low back pain
- Neck pain
- Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
- Chronic pain
Frequently asked questions
What are the common symptoms that your patients tend to present with?
I specialise in lower limb, shoulder, back and neck pain. I have a passion for treating running-related injuries and for both acute and persistent spine (back and neck) pain.
What are the treatments that you're able to offer your patients?
I ensure every patient receives very individualised treatment specific to their issues and their goals. This is usually a combination of manual therapy such as soft tissue treatments and joint mobilisations / manipulations, taping, and most importantly, an exercise-based rehabilitation programme.
What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?
I also work a lot with people post-operative following spine, hip, knee and ankle surgery helping them recover from the surgery and then return to previous levels of activity. Working with runners also tends to lead to working with athletes across a variety of other sports including triathlon and team sports such as football and netball.