Bill grew up with sport as his father was a Sports Journalist. Athletics, Football and Rugby Union were his early personal sporting passions and he still keeps fit enjoying cycling, coastal walking and the gym.

During his undergraduate years he studied for a BSc in Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology. He has been involved in elite sport since 1981 and was elected one of the Foundation Fellows of the UK Faculty of Sports Medicine in 2006.

Bill has cared for and operated upon numerous medallists at various international competitions, including Sportsmen and women winning a total of 17 Olympic medals including 5 Gold, 4 Silver and 8 Bronze medallists.

Bill has looked after and undertaken surgery on Olympic and World Champions in the following sports

    • Formula 1 Motor Racing
    • Athletics
    • Rugby Union
    • Taekwondo
    • Triathlon
    • Squash
    • Water Skiing

He works closely with international sportsmen and women in the following sports:

    • Rugby Union (Men and Women)
    • Netball
    • Cricket (Men and Women)
    • Badminton
    • Hockey
    • Squash
    • Taekwondo
    • Alpine Skiing
    • Water Skiing
    • Top 20 ATP tennis
    • Boxing

Bill has written numerous scientific publications on the care of Athletes, supervises PhD research projects into the Basic Science of Injury and Treatment including Musculoskeletal Genetics and Cryotherapy. He has published on the problems of Ethics within elite Sport. He has been invited to national meetings in United States of America, Switzerland, Norway and Sweden to lecture on the treatment of Sports injuries. He has contacts with clinicians throughout the world on developing themes in injury treatment to help guide his work with patients.