Mr. James Moore is the lead for the physiotherapy team at Centre for Human Performance (CHHP), located on Harley Street, London. His clinical passion lies within complex Hip and Groin injuries, where he developed and founded the Sporting Hip & Groin course. Through this specialist area, he has consulted for a number of Premier league & championship football clubs, Premiership Rugby Clubs & with many elite athletes; understanding the need for optimal performance and injury recovery in these patients.
James graduated with an honours degree in physiotherapy from Kings College London in 1996, giving him over 25 years of experience in his field. Following this, he spent some time working in the NHS before moving to the USA, where he worked in a spinal & sports specialist Centre in Chicago. During his time in the USA James qualified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist and Pilates instructor and, worked with professional athletes from NFL, MLB, power lifting and bodybuilding.
In 2000 James moved to Australia and completed his Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, specialising in spinal problems, at The University of Queensland, further broadening his skillset and scope of practice. Upon return to the UK in 2001, James set up and managed his own private practice and worked predominantly in professional cricket and Athletics.
James has been passionate about continuous professional development throughout his career, and in 2003 studied for his second MSc in Applied Biomechanics. In 2005 he took up the post of Clinical Lead Physiotherapist to the English Institute of Sport, with a special affiliation to UK Athletics. Alongside his busy practice, James is a passionate educator and lectures internationally and is a leading expert in Hip and Groin injuries and rehabilitation.
In addition to his other accolades, James also spent a period of time working as Head of Medicine for Saracens RFC before moving on to manage the intensive Rehabilitation Unit (IRU) at Bisham Abbey and was Head of Performance Services for the british Olympic Association and Deputy Chef de Mission for the Rio 2016 Olympics.