B.Sc., PgD, M.Sc.
Keith has been involved in the health, fitness and wellbeing industry for 20 years and after working for a variety of organisations working as a trainer for the likes of Matt Roberts. He has since worked at the prestigious Bowskill clinic where he has worked across the world conducting rehabilitation and conditioning programs.
Endocrinology, biology and health related experience:
After gaining a degree in fitness and health, he has studied areas such as metabolic typing, functional medicine with the Institute of Functional Medicine, neurobiology of sleep with Michigan University and in 2017 gained a post graduate diploma in endocrinology with distinction from the University of South Wales. He is influenced by the biological reasoning of scientists like Ray Peat, Denis Noble, Albert Szent Györgi, Hans Selye and many others. In 2019 he received a masters of science degree in endocrinology with distinction researching the accuracy of thyroid stimulating hormone in the face of mounting pollution, stress and nutrition factors.
Pain, biomechanics and movement experience:
Keith’s work as a rehabilitation and performance coach has evolved after originally completing the CHEK institute Level 3 practitioner and became a neuromuscular therapist. Since then he also completed the selective functional movement assessment and Neuro Kinetic Therapy. He has undertaken short courses with the Neuro Orthopedic institute (NOI), Rehab School of Prague and Duke University/Neuroscience.
He currently undertaking a course of study of Proprioceptive Deep Tendon Reflex – P.D.T.R with Orthopaedic Surgeon Jose Palomar which combines neuroscience and biomechanics.
Keith is the lead instructor for Neuro Kinetic Therapy in the Middle East and also teaches an integrated approach to breathing and digestion issues.
His truly holistic approach has enabled him to work with a wide variety of people who had previously not achieved their targets. From pain relief , movement and corrective exercise to dealing with more complex issues such as chronic fatigue, energy, digestion, sleep and other hormone related issues.