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About Chris Boynes Physio

Chris Boynes is a very proactive and experienced chartered sports and musculo-skeletal physiotherapist with a previous degree in Physical Education. He has worked with elite athletes across a wide range of sports for more than twenty years. For six years he worked in professional rugby as Club Physio to London Irish RFC. He has toured with the England U19 Football team and worked with GB athletes in disciplines as varied as gymnastics, weightlifting, boxing, field and track athletics and badminton. He recently presented at a conference on Rehabilitation in Professional Sport at Edgehill University and also lectures in sports injuries, sports rehabilitation and taping techniques.

An expert in sports injury management and sports rehabilitation, Chris recognises the importance of working with young athletes to reduce the risk of potential injury and enhance sports performance. 

Chris lectures on sports injury management to chartered physiotherapists, osteopaths and other medical professionals in the UK and abroad. He also works closely with the Spinal Foundation, treating patients suffering with complex back problems.

A former marathon runner and martial artist, Chris continues to cycle and run near his home in North Norfolk.

Chris takes a very lateral approach to treatment, using techniques from other disciplines, such as acupuncture and osteopathy, alongside his wide ranging physiotherapy skills and background in physical education and fitness. His priority is always to get rid of your pain. Then he will treat the injury, helping you understand what has caused the problem and working with you to restore normal function.

Before I saw Chris I was in so much pain I was afraid of anyone touching my back. Chris talked to me, helped me to relax, then examined my back...I had crawled into his clinic but walked out a different person and in far less pain.

Enid Ainge