• MCSP
  • HCPC registered
  • MSc Physiotherapy
  • Member of AACP
  • National league rugby union team physiotherapist

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Paul studied at Teesside University qualifying with a 1st class BSc (Hons) in sports therapy in 2007 and went on to  gain an MSc in Physiotherapy in 2010. Whilst studying for his masters Paul worked with a non-league football team as the lead sports therapist whilst also working with high level cyclists.

After gaining his MSc, Paul went straight into private practice working for a musculoskeletal  clinic in London and then later moving to a another private musculoskeletal practice based around Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. Whilst there he became the lead sports Physiotherapist in the company and the head Physiotherapist at Luton RFC .     

Paul is currently the head Physiotherapist at Cambridge RUFC and is also involved in the physiotherapy provision for England touch rugby. Last year going with the England U18 to the Netherlands for the European championships.

Paul is trained in the use of acupuncture, cupping, diagnostic ultrasound imaging and Kinesio taping.

Paul regularly attends courses focusing on sports injuries and musculoskeletal medicine to give his clients the most up to date evidenced based treatment. To this aim he is due to start a post graduate diploma in musculoskeletal medicine later this year.   



What our patients say about Paul Carter MSc, BSc, HCPC, MCSP, MAACP, MACPSEM, MSOMM


I’ve had 4 years of intermittent neck pain. During this time I’ve managed the pain by trying a variety of different therapists in the hope of finding relief but also a diagnosis . This has included 2 chiropractors, 3 Osteopaths, 3 Physiotherapists and sports massage. I’ve also been referred by the GP to the St Albans city hospital physio therapy department for a full assessment. None of these specialists could provide an answer as to why I was having these issues, they simply alleviated the discomfort for a while. I had largely accepted that this had become a chronic condition that I’d have to live with . Paul’s initial assessment found an entirely different cause. The problem was not in fact with my neck but rather with the A/C joint in my shoulder . Since starting treatment with Paul there has been a marked improvement and I now feel better equipped to deal with an episode of pain. His exercise program has strengthened my shoulder and I have much more movement in the joint as a result of his joint mobilisation treatment. He also wrote a letter to my GP and I was referred for a MRI scan which confirmed his diagnosis. I finally have a diagnosis and treatment plan that is accurate and effective. Thank you