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Before embarking on a career in Physiotherapy, Trevor lived in Coventry where he managed a Hydraulic Engineering Company. He worked there for ten years and studied Business Administration at Coventry University. He has been involved in many sports throughout his life including football, rugby, squash, skiing, golf and martial arts. Sports injuries inevitably brought him into contact with Physiotherapists, Osteopaths and Chiropractors and he had always admired the ability of these practitioners and was thankful to them for their attention to his injuries. It was this and his desire to help others in pain, that led him to study Physical Therapy. He studied Remedial Massage, Sports Therapy and Manipulative Therapy at the Northern Institute of Physical Therapy and graduated through the London and Counties Society of Physiologists with the Diploma of Honour in Manipulative Therapy. He has also  achieved registered Physiotherapist status with the Health Professions Council (H.P.C.) and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.

Since graduating in 1993, he has built up a successful practice in Scotland, having clinics in Comrie and Auchterarder in Perthshire and was the Physical Therapist at the Gleneagles Hotel and Country Club. During this time he was appointed Physiotherapist for four major European Golf  Championships and in 2000, he had the honour of being the Physiotherapist for the victorious European Solheim Cup Team for their match against the U.S.A., at Loch Lomond. Trevor's hobbies include golf and Aikido, a Japanese martial art. He holds the rank of 3rd Dan and is a registered and accredited coach with the British Aikido Board and the National Coaching Foundation.

It was at a CPD seminar at the Northern Institute where he was first introduced to the Bowen Technique when attending an 'Introduction to the  Bowen Technique' seminar with Alastair McLoughlin and Rick Minnery of Bowtech (UK). He was so impressed with the simplicity and results of the technique and by Alastair's presentation and enthusiasm that he decided that he would like to learn this modality. He studied at Colne and subsequently became an advanced Practitioner and in 2005 became a BTAA accredited Instructor. The Bowen technique now forms a major part of his busy practice in Comrie. He teaches the Modular Course in Edinburgh and Post Graduate courses throughout the UK.

"Bowen Therapy has given me a great deal, and has changed my life, the way that I work and the way that I think. It continues to keep me working in my clinic with great satisfaction and I believe I can use my experience to give something back to Bowen by helping others to learn this wonderful techniques and to use it with confidence."


T.A. GRIFFITHS  M.C.S.P. L.C.S.P. (Phys.) B.T.A.A.

Trevor Griffiths

Comrie Backpain Clinic

47 Tay Avenue

Comrie

Perthshire

PH6 2PF

Tel: 01764 670567

Mob: 07887 597455

Email: comriephysio@gmail.com

Trevor Griffiths

Trevor working Bowen Magic - everybody & everything is better with Bowen

Student Feedback…

The modules were taught in an informal and fun way, which helped me relax and learn more effectively.

I have thoroughly enjoyed the course. Trevor is a very patient and encouraging tutor, and very generous with his knowledge.


Joanna

BOWEN SUCCESS

This is Eamon Cramb, he came to my clinic towards the end of last year with various injuries, such that he thought he would have to pull out of the Scottish Kick Boxing Championship finals in Dundee in a few weeks time. We had three sessions and not only was he able to fight, he won in 39 seconds and became Scottish K1 78kg Champion.  What a result!

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