Kiran Franklin – Physiotherapist & Director
Kiran has worked within the private health sector since 2007 after completing his first degree in Sport and Exercise Science. He initially worked in exercise rehabilitation and personal training in North London. Following this he performed a corporate Physiologist role in a busy clinic in London’s West End.
In 2012 he made the decision to return to education and completed a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree at Brunel University. Whilst doing so he trained in sports massage and went on to set up his own massage therapy business alongside his studies.
After graduating with his second degree, Kiran went on to work in amateur and elite sport. He was the pitchside trauma Physiotherapist for St Paul’s School London and carried out similar duties in professional sport.
Kiran then moved into a Physiotherapy role in a private sports clinic in Henley. Here he worked closely with sporting adolescents and adult rowers, polo players and netball and hockey teams. It was also here that he really ignited his passion for orthopaedic injury management, helping to rehabilitate a range of clients post surgery and working closely with their specialist consultants.
In 2017 Kiran moved to work alongside his wife, Nikki, in helping to set up a second branch for London’s leading performance Physiotherapy company in North West London. He utilised his experience in the orthopaedic field to expand the practices affiliations amongst the central and North West London orthopaedic surgeon network. He has rehabilitated a variety of clients post operatively from performing and non-performing backgrounds.
He enjoys working closely with both the client and their orthopaedic consultant to ensure clear communication runs seamlessly throughout the rehabilitation journey aiding in his goal of obtaining high quality results.
Kiran has previously held clinics for the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM). He has extensive experience of working with theatre performers, dancers, singers and musicians.