Kieran Mote BSc
Kieran graduated from the University of Kent with a degree in Sports Therapy and is a member of STA (Sport Therapy Association). Kierans’ clinical experience includes locating and diagnosing injuries/problems, treating the issue and aiding injury prevention by providing rehabilitation care and advice. Kierans’ aim is to aid the clients return to full fitness as quickly as possible. With Kierans’ experience, he not only treats Sports Injuries but he has clients from all walks of life.
Kieran continues to train and involves himself in different sports to gain first hand experience of his clients active lifestyles.
Between 2013 and 2017 Kieran sponsored the GB Athlete, Adam Hickey who is a well known local athlete and runner who with regular treatment had been able to consistently improve his Personal Best (PB) times winning many races over Great Britain and Europe. Hickey has represented Great Britain at European and World Cross Country Championships, and GB for Triathlon and Essex for swimming.
More recently Kieran has started working for the University of Essex as a clinical co-ordinator, supervising and teaching the next generation of Graduate Sport Therapists as they examine and assess clients in the Colchester clinic. Don’t worry, his time is still dedicated to his clinic hours and is even available for Sunday appointments.
Kieran’s attitude to work is very “to the point.” If you’re looking for a graduate sport therapist who doesn’t sugar coat the problem and gives you the information you’re after, he’s the therapist for you.
His particular skills involve techniques including:
- Trigger point therapy
- Kinesiology Taping
- MET & STR Stretching
- Muscle Origin Insertion & Nerve Attachment
- Ligament Function & Correction
- Joint Mobilisation Spine to Ankle
- Maitland & Mulligan Techniques
- Sports Psychology
- Functional rehabilitation
- Dry Needle Acupuncture
- Shockwave Therapy
Kieran has attended the following events as a Sports Therapist:
Modern Pentathlon World Championships – 2011
London Marathon – 2012 (Guide Dogs UK), 2014-2018 (Havens Hospices)
HARP 24 running event – from 2013 annually
Brazilian Jui Jitsui Open competition in Southend On Sea – 2014