Joshua Lynam

Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner

BBiomedSc, MPhtySt, MPhty (Sports), MCSP

Josh Lynam 2022
Biography

Josh has been working as a physiotherapist in private practice settings for over 10 years. He initially completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science in 2010, followed by a Master of Physiotherapy Studies in 2012. Josh later went on to complete a Master of Physiotherapy (Sports) at the University of Queensland in 2018

Josh is passionate about being able to work with patients to achieve their goals, whether this is rehabilitating an athlete back to peak performance or helping someone have a greater understanding of their pain to improve daily function and quality of life. 

Josh has a holistic treatment approach, and often combines manual therapy with specific exercise rehabilitation to achieve the best outcome for his patients. He enjoys working with patients with complex presentations that may have felt that physiotherapy has not worked for them in the past.

Specialist Interests

Running Injuries, Shoulder, Low Back Pain, Neck, Headaches, Migraine, Pre and Post Operative Rehabilitation and Dizziness (cervicogenic and BPPV)

Sporting Interests

Football, Rugby, Basketball and Crossfit

Currently Works At

Physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine, Bank

Work Experience

Bodyworks (Brisbane, Australia) treating sports injuries and patients with chronic pain

Other Experience

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games



Joshua’s Locations #

Bank EC2R

Our Bank clinic on Threadneedle Street is located in the heart of the square mile, convenient to Bank, Bishopsgate, Leadenhall and Monument with extended opening hours. Offering both face-to-face and remote consultations.

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020 7788 7000


Joshua’s Blog Posts #

PM 3 535

Headaches Part 2: What Can I do?

Following on from our recent blog, Headaches Part 1: Are They All the Same? This blog will focus on the role that Physiotherapy plays in the assessment and management of headaches.

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Headaches Part 1: Are They All the Same?

More than 90% of the population experience a headache at some point in their life, but how can we differentiate between different type of headache, and therefore the cause? Physiotherapist, Josh Lynam discusses.