Marios is working as a specialist musculoskeletal and sport physiotherapist. He has a strong clinical interest in spine patholgies and vestibular rehabilitation.
His academic and professional background comes from different healthcare settings and educational systems. In the Netherlands he completed his undergraduate studies graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Following his studies, his career brought him to the U.K. to further develop professionally. His career is focused in musculoskeletal and sport specialisation both in the National Health (NHS) and within private healthcare in Kent and several years in London. Marios further specialised with a Master’s degree from University College London (UCL) with his research being on '' Exercise-induced Oculomotor impairments identified by Vestibulo/Ocular Motor Screening performance''. Alongside his degrees, Marios is a certified Vestibular physiotherapist, a Schroth-certified practitioner (scoliosis and Kyphosis) and he is currently working towards achieving his Spine Specialization Certification.
During his time in the UK and alongside his clinical work, Marios has been the first-team physiotherapist for an U18 Rugby team. In addition, he has been selected as a physiotherapist in a 6-member medical team for Figure Ice Skating World Championships 2020 in Nottingham.
He has valuable experience working with both semi-professional and professional athletes with diverse needs and a variety of musculoskeletal injuries. His area of specialization is general Musculoskeletal health and Sport-related pathologies and has a clinical interest in the management of spinal pain, deformities of the spine (Scoliosis, Kyphosis) and rehabilitaiton of the dizzy patient.
Marios believes that ‘exercise is medicine’ and uses manual therapy and other skills in addition to exercise prescription to enhance healing and rehabilitation. He has military experience from time spent in the Special Forces and has a special interest in exercise rehabilitation for injuries. Marios believes in finding a quick resolution to symptoms and encouraging an early and safe return to exercise.