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Effective treatment by experienced clinicians
Individualised, holistic and efficient treatment
Knowledgeable therapists with real sports experience
Working with you for complete recovery
Hands on help with your recovery
Building strength and core stability
Specialists in female health for all ages
Paediatric Expertise for
Newborns and Upwards

Vinay Parmar

Specialist Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Vinay ParmarVinay Parmar
  • BSc (Hons) – Physiotherapy
  • Works with Oaklands College basketball, rugby and netball academies
  • Previous experience with Leicester City FC Academy

Vinay graduated from King’s College London in 2012 with a BSc (Hons) in physiotherapy. Since graduating he has gained experience in both the NHS and private sectors, as well as several years’ in elite sport with Leicester City Football Club Academy.

In his role at Leicester City Football Club Academy Vinay was responsible for the pitch-side cover of matches and rehabilitation of the injured young athletes. His experience at Leicester City developed his understanding of the concepts behind managing sports related injuries and their prevention. Whilst at Leicester City, Vinay provided cover at a celebrity charity football match hosted by One Direction’s Niall Horan.

Vinay enjoys working with patients from many different walks of life; from older patients with degenerative joint problems through to young competitive athletes with growing pains. His philosophy is one of treating all injuries as unique and he tailors management to meet the needs and circumstances of the individual.

Vinay’s particular areas of clinical interest include functional rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, and injury prevention. He is currently physiotherapist to rugby, netball and basketball teams at Oaklands Academy.

Outside of work, Vinay is a health enthusiast and enjoys going to the gym. He likes playing football and badminton. In 2016 he completed a challenging two-week trek to Everest Base Camp in Nepal, reaching a maximum altitude of 5550m.