A bit about Greg Turpin
I am a chartered physiotherapist with a keen interest in sport and exercise science. I am passionate about getting people moving well and enjoying life! I have been interested in the human body and its function and performance from an early age, playing international hockey and any sport I could get my hands ...or feet on. My aim is to help my patients restore normal, pain free movement to get them back to the things they love doing. Physiotherapy can facilitate this with hands on therapy, exercise and advice with a variety of other treatments based on sound clinical reasoning and evidence. If you see me in the gym feel free to ask for more information!
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
BSc (Hons) in Combined Science (Sport Science and IT)
Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Member of Association of Orthopaedic Chartered Physiotherapists
Post graduate courses including Grade V Spinal Manipulation, Shoulder Impingement and Frozen Shoulder syndrome and Clinical Whiplash and Neck Pain
Favourite Quote‘Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans. – John Lennon
I have played hockey for Scotland at U16, 18 & 21 level and been fortunate enough to travel with the sport. I still love traveling and recently went to Alaska, an amazing alternative to a standard holiday! This year I completed the Boscombe Sprint Triathlon and plan to do a few more next season. I work full time as a senior physiotherapist at Royal Bournemouth Hospital so when I have time I love to squeeze in a surf trip. To fuel this activity I like to cook and then more importantly, eat! You may also find me on the beach with the dogs or at the local establishments there, having a mandatory stop for plenty of food and a drink!