Theo is a physiotherapist with extensive experience in the treatment of musculoskeletal and head injuries. Theo has worked for 6 years with the British Olympic network, within professional football, public health and private practice, helping him to understand the needs and goals of a wide-ranging patient group. He also holds educational and research positions at University College London.
Theo specialises in the active management and prevention of concussion and neck injuries. He has a PhD in concussion profiling and has worked extensively in helping patients suffering with the long-term symptoms of concussion by structuring rehabilitation programmes tailored to patient’s specific deficits.
Alongside his clinical work Theo acts in an advisory capacity to sporting codes including Rugby, UFC, the NFL and a range of Olympic sports. He continues to publish research in the field of concussion profiling, working with high impact sports to help them understand the factors that place athletes at risk and the ways to reduce that risk.
Concussion, Vestibular and Oculomotor Rehabilitation and Neck and Spine Rehabilitation
Football, Rugby and Winter Sports
Concussion consultant in elite sport, Lecturer in Sports Medicine
Six years working in the British Olympic network, Teaching fellow University College London, Premier league football clubs, Private clinics in Canada and U.K and Acupuncture
Continuing research output and published author in the field of concussion
In this blog we’re going to provide you with two perspectives on concussion in snow sports from Lawrence Sonvico, lead physio for GB Snow Sports and Theo Farley, Senior physiotherapist at the English Institute of Sport and Pure Sports Medicine concussion service.
Worried you might have concussion or keen to learn more about the condition? Our concussion team explain all here.
Physiotherapist Theo Farley shares highlights from the first half of the consensus statement for the 5th international conference on concussion in sport held in Berlin,
In this week’s Concussion Blog, Physiotherapist Theo Farley explores the links between concussion and dementia.