Keith is an Osteopath, sport scientist and health coach and is Director of Athletic Health. He is currently Osteopath to the England Rugby team and he has worked extensively in the front line of performance and injury management in elite sport; from pitch side trauma management, physical conditioning and player development to injury rehab and recovery. Keith has led the medical team at the World’s Strongest Man competition for 7 years and continues to do so. He has been a leading member of the medical team at Lord''s cricket ground with Middlesex and the MCC for 7 seasons and toured extensively and
internationally with professional teams. Keith has worked in many other unique and challenging environments...From the ski slopes in Austria for Channel 4''s
"the Jump", to poolside with ITV''s "splash", to many other physically challenging events. Keith and his team have had to deal with high profile people, pressured environments, significant injury and the odd diva strop!
Working with Giants
Keith will share his experiences of working with the worlds biggest humans. From the England Rugby team to the Worlds Strongest Man competition, Keith will discuss the unique challenges obstacles that the athletes and medical team face.