About Edward Howes

Ed Howes qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2012 from the University of East Anglia, in the UK. Having worked in a variety of settings: Outpatients, hospitals, community, accident and emergency, clinics and sporting environments, Ed has developed a range of assessment and treatment techniques to ensure the best possible outcome for his clients. He initially worked in the NHS and sports gaining experience in managing patients with musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and rheumatological pathologies.

During his time in sports, Ed managed the medical team for the youth sector of Colchester Rugby Club, one of the largest youth organisations in the UK. Ed now provides Physiotherapy for one of the biggest boxing clubs in south London with Boxers going on to represent the GB national team. As an athlete and previous East Anglia Golden Gloves Boxer, Ed understands the sporting environment from a grass root level to elite and can provide the most up to date evidence based therapy throughout the rehabilitation process.

Ed has now established himself as a leading Physiotherapist in the field of complex rehabilitation focusing on clients with a multitude of complaints; physically, socially and psychologically. Ed has helped clients through some of the toughest times in their life, be that through oncology care, frailty, respiratory distress, trauma, amputations, and chronic pain whilst working for Guys and St Thomas Hospital and St Georges NHS trust. Ed works on rehab principles in a holistic manor to facilitate the speed of recovery so clients can get back to living their life as quickly as possible.