Oliver completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Sport and Exercise Science in the University of Limerick, where his dissertation was in the field of biomechanics and movement analysis. Oliver then went on to study in the University of East Anglia in England, completing a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy.
Oliver spent the next two years building his experience in the National Health Service in England. This included working in orthopaedics, where he developed his knowledge and clinical skills in the rehabilitation of patients recovering from a wide variety of surgeries; including post-fracture and post joint replacement.
Oliver then moved onto a Neurorehabiliation Unit for patients recovering from stroke, where he gained specialist assessment and treatment skills in the field of neuromuscular rehab.
In 2013 Oliver secured a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist position in the renowned Queen Alexandra hospital in Portsmouth. In this role he has gained a wealth of knowledge and skills in the management of a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Oliver’s specialist interest is in the treatment of lower limb injuries. Oliver ran a rehabilitation programme for patients recovering from Anterior Cruciate Ligament surgery, where he helped develop the post-surgery physiotherapy guidelines for this patient group in Portsmouth. Oliver has completed Pilates training with The Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute and runs weekly classes for all abilities.