WE ARE VERY PLEASED TO HAVE THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE AS PART OF OUR TEAM
MaffaMuscle TV produce promotional film for athletes, models, gym facilities, clothing/apparel companies, and fitness companies.
They want to show you the people behind the sport, breakdown stereotypes, and see how honest real people can achieve great things. MMTV have already produced wonderful videos for some of our athletes and ambassadors. If you’d like to know more contact email@example.com.
His unique work has been featured all over the world and we are looking forward to him bringing an extremely individual process to our library. Something never before seen in the industry.
With exclusive pieces that take between 50-100 hours to complete, we see this as an exciting and one-off process that only CoreSport can provide for its superb athletes and ambassadors.
Brad initially gained a degree in Sport and Exercise Science from Loughborough University before following his interest in injury and rehabilitation and completing a Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy. From here he completed his junior rotations at a large acute hospital working across intensive care, stroke and neurology and trauma and elective surgeries such as hip and knee surgery. However his passion lies with musculoskeletal physiotherapy and he soon moved into a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapy service where he became a Clinical Lead Physio, providing assessment and treatment for NHS patients. This passion took him to a role of Head of Medical for Southend Football Club’s academy and first team physio. His main role now in elite sport alongside his clinic work with the NHS and Chelmsford Physio, is as a physiotherapist for Basketball England, preparing for and travelling to international tournaments. This role enables him to stay up-to-date and abreast of current rehabilitation in professional sport, treating all clients as a world class athletes.
He has featured on many podcasts and regularly writes for blogs and newsletters and is also qualified in sports massage, acupuncture and kinesio-taping. You may catch him debating physiotherapy’s hot topics on twitter.