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Tony Wilson is an internationally known physiotherapist practising at the Medical Centre, a large multi disciplinary, purpose-built clinic in the beautiful cathedral city of Chichester. He has 32 years clinical experience of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, is a recognised specialist in knee and shoulder pain, and the use of injections. He also has advanced qualifications in manipulation and acupuncture.
Recognised specialist in knee and shoulder pain
Tony Wilson is a hugely experienced clinician, with over 32 years involvement in top level musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He has both clinical and academic responsibilities, and is in demand nationally and internationally as a speaker on the subjects of anterior knee pain (patellofemoral pain syndrome), the shoulder and the use of injections, his main research and teaching interests.
Adviser to international sportspeople
His advice is regularly sought by international sportspeople. He is part of the network of physiotherapists attached to the English Institute of Sport, and formerly consultant physiotherapist to the British Olympic Sailing Team and Ben Ainslie Racing.
All physiotherapy patients catered for
In addition to his special interests, he maintains a normal clinical workload and sees patients across the whole range of musculoskeletal problems, including neck and back pain, as well as all upper and lower limb conditions.
Lecturer/researcher at Southampton University
He maintains his position as lecturer/researcher at Southampton University, one of the Russell Group of British universities, where his teaching responsibilities extend to both undergraduates and postgraduates. He is also course director and primary tutor on the renowned Masters Injection Therapy course held at the University.