Paul Houghoughi – BSc Biological Sciences, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Dip. Diagnostic Ultrasonography
Clinical Lead Physiotherapist Parkstone Clinic
- Guest lecturer for Orthopaedic Research UK, The British Society for Surgery of the Hand and for Bournemouth University.
- Contractor with the English Institute of Sport supporting members of the Great Britain climbing team in their bid to win gold at Tokyo 2021
- BWT ultrasound scanning service Specialist and Lead Physiotherapist
- Lead for complementary services such as supporting the RNLI with a return to work screening for active personnel.
Paul worked in London for 6 years where he specialised in musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions both within the NHS and as the Lead Physiotherapist for international level professional martial arts fighters and rugby players. Paul has additional training in spinal manipulation and acupuncture.
Paul joined BWT in 2012 to work alongside local consultants and the general public in addition to members of the Royal Marines/Special Boat Service and sporting associations like the English Football Association (FA).
‘I consider myself particularly self-motivated and in my leisure time pursue a range of interests. I have climbed all over the world over the last 25 years and have also competed in Olympic Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, taking gold in the Advanced Nationals in Manchester 2014. When I have time I enjoy expedition cycling and have completed a self-organised a trip across Eastern Siberia, Mongolia and China, raising over £2500 for charity.’