Vincent from Skelmersdale, Lancashire completed his bachelor of science degree in Sports Therapy at Newcastle College. Vincent also completed his National Diploma in Sports before moving onto a Foundation Degree in Sports and Exercise Therapy. Vincent has completed additional qualifications, these include: I.T.E.C Level 3 & 4 in Sports Massage, Qualification in Manipulative Therapy, N.C.F.E Level 2 in Gym Instructing, F.A. Level 2 Treatment Management of Injuries in Football, and Level 1 & 2 Be Activated for Therapists and Trainers. Also, he has studied advanced clinical modules in Physical Therapy in Musculoskeletal Healthcare and Rehabilitation ,at, University College London, He was based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, London. He also attends Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trusts Orthopaedic Educational events, held at Wrightington Hospital Conference Centre. He is also U.K.A Athletics qualified as a Coaching Assistant.
Vincent is a member of various professional regulated bodies. He was in the sport of Rugby League the Sports Therapist / Rehabilitation service provider to the Bolton, Bury, Rochdale U15 & U16's Service Area Rugby League Development Centre, Rochdale Cobras ARFL, Fiji UK ARFL, Rochdale Hornets ARFL U20's.
Vincent, was also selected to be involved in other elite sports, whereby, he was a Sports Therapist at all the IMG Triathlon series events, as well as the British & World Triathlon Championships, and more recently, the Tour de Yorkshire Cycle Race (stage 3). He continues to be involved in other elite sports with offering preventative injury guidance to local athletic clubs and cycling groups. In 2015, Vincent was elected by the Sports Massage Association into the top five who had made an outstanding contribution to their profession.
Client's have made comment in regards to Vincent for his professionalism:
"Vincent has provided treatment for me on & off for a number of occasions and I find him to be a genuine professional who devotes his time to resolving clients physiological issues. His ‘healing hands’ have repaired and rehabilitated my leg muscles back to life following many injuries allowing me to continue to enjoy the sports I love. He has always been very accommodating when planning future appointments and always punctual for sessions. Vincent is always looking to widen his knowledge base, which is why academically he was always top of the class and achieved success with ease. He has a lot to offer".
Steve Monaghan, Research Engineer at Jaguar Landrover