Andrew completed his physiotherapy diploma in Singapore in 2018, where upon graduation, he began working in various college-based clinics providing physiotherapy treatment for college athletes, and office staff. As part of his role, he also conducted workshops on injury management and prevention for athletes and coaching staff. Subsequently, he then went on to successfully complete his BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy with Queen Margaret University.
Andrew has participated in various sports non-professionally, starting with football and basketball, then moving on to half-marathons. Now, his interests lie mainly in Parkour and Rock Climbing where he can often be found training in various locations and gyms around Edinburgh.
With his short working stint in modern Singapore, he developed an interest in the management of common musculoskeletal problems faced by the everyday office worker ranging from neck issues, headaches and sore backs. Coming from a non-professional sporting background as well, he understands the challenges faced by the everyday working adult in the pursuit of self-improvement in their respective fields. With which, he has found a special interest in the treatment and rehabilitation of the “working athlete” like himself.