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Keith qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1994 and spent most of the next 21 years working in musculoskeletal and sports medicine.
In 2006, he moved to the South West where he met Tim Button working for the first team at Bath Rugby – they both enjoyed being part of the Premiership club’s victory over Worcester in the European Challenge Cup final in 2008.
Since then, Keith has worked at the University of Bath’s Sports Injuries Clinic and more recently in the NHS in Bristol, specialising in musculoskeletal triage services, diagnosing, scanning and advising patients who have been referred for an orthopaedic consultation.
Along with Tim, Keith was selected to be part of the athletes’ support team at the 2012 London Olympic Games then worked as a lead physiotherapist at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Keith is now the head of Medical Services for Bristol Rovers 1st team.


Cleve Chiropractic & Physiotherapy Center
20a Cossham Street Mangotsfield 
BS16 9EN Bristol, United Kingdom

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