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Yongho Son

Yongho Son


Yongho graduated in 2010 with a degree in Sports and Exercise Sciences BSc (Hons), following which he spent 5 years in the USA specialising in running gait analysis and footwear.

He also comes with over 3 years’ experience working as a physiotherapy assistant in the USA, having worked with Boston’s super league rugby team and treating an extensive variety of patients and conditions as an assistant. During this time, he also qualified as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), specialising in injury prevention and rehabilitation, as well as athletic performance and development.

Yongho has also worked in the NHS  in stroke rehabilitation, helping to develop the competencies for stroke rehabilitation support workers in Barts Health NHS Trust; publishing an abstract at the UK Stroke Forum 2016 in the International Journal of Stroke. He graduated from St. George’s University with a degree in Physiotherapy BSc (Hons), winning the award for excellence on clinical practice placements. He also holds a diploma in Sports Massage.

Yongho has a very open-minded and holistic hands-on approach to treatment with a solid foundation in exercise prescription, functional rehabilitation, and treatment planning to maintain long-term solutions. He treats a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries and believes in building strength and balance in all things.

Yongho cycles everywhere he goes, and in his spare time enjoys going to the gym, climbing, playing basketball and squash, and watching NFL.”

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