Physiotherapist in Maidstone & Aylesford

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Specialist in Running Fitness Assessment by Total Sports Physio, Maidstone

Specialist Running Physiotherapy

Golf Fitness Assessments by Total Sports Physio - Maidstone in Kent

Golf Strength & Conditioning

Specialist in Running Gait Analysis by Total Sports Physio, Maidstone & Aylesford

Gait Analysis

Aylesford & Maidstone Kent post surgery physiotherapy by Total Sports Physio

Post-Surgery Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy Options

Maidstone Kent fall rehabilitation physiotherapy by Total Sports Physio

Physiotherapy Sessions

Sports Massage in Maidstone Kent by Total Sports Physio

Sports Massage

Maidstone Kent post surgery physiotherapy by Total Sports Physio

Post-Surgery Rehab

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Stephen Mallard - Total Sports Physio, Maidstone Kent
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Stephen Mallard

Total Sports Physio, Maidstone & Aylesford, is operated by Stephen Mallard.

He studied physiotherapy at King’s College, London, gaining experience at some of the biggest hospitals in London, including Guy’s, St. Thomas’ and The National Neurology and Neurosurgery Hospital.

Prior to this, Stephen completed a degree in Exercise Science (Health & Rehabilitation) in Bournemouth, where he could focus on developing specific exercise rehab strategies for many conditions and to benefit all manner of hobbies.

Before founding Total Sports Physio in Maidstone & Aylesford, he worked for a well established private sports injury clinic in Surrey.

Since working in Maidstone  & Aylesford, he has worked with:

  • A performing musical artist
  • Male and female tour level professional golfers
  • Professional footballers and age group elites
  • Sub 2:45:00 marathon runners and elite triathletes
  • Professional boxers
  • A world class Motocross rider
  • Elite cricketers

As well as countless recreational athletes across almost every sport.

Stephen has always had a passion for sports, playing golf, tennis, football and rugby to good standards, gaining further qualifications in sports massage, a level 1 coaching badge in football and has undertaken training with the Titleist Performance Institute in golf.

His main focus is golf, having played since he was 10 and achieving a Scratch handicap in the past. Recreational running plays a huge part in his current life, with his aim to run a sub 1:30 half marathon and sub 3:30 marathon in the near future, after achieving sub 20 minutes and 40minutes for 5k and 10k races respectively in the not so distant past.

As someone who continually puts high levels of demand through his body, he’s no stranger to an injury or two. This has the advantage of having first hand experience in how an injury can affect your life and, also, knowing the best ways to rehabilitate those injuries to get back doing what you want to do.