Sherief graduated from Coventry University with first class honours in 2011. Previously he had completed a Bachelor of Business Studies in Sport Management in 2010, and National Certificate in Exercise and Fitness Studies from University of Limerick (Ireland) in 2010. In 2017 he also completed a MSc Module in Advanced Physiotherapy Rehabilitation from St Georges University.
Originally from Ireland and in London for over 2 years now, Sherief has gained much experience in both the UK and Ireland.
He has specialised experience in Musculoskeletal care, and Trauma and Elective orthopaedics rehabilitation. Prior to specialising Sherief worked across a wide variety of specialities such as ICU, cardiac care, elderly rehabilitation and various surgical wards. This has provided him with excellent background experience to his chosen speciality.
Sherief currently works as a specialised physiotherapist in St Georges Hospital Musculoskeletal Outpatients department, working closely with orthopaedic consultants and physiotherapy practitioners.
Sherief has a special interest in sports and athlete rehabilitation. He enjoys working with patients with conditions such as runners knee, chronic groin pain, hamstring strain and ACL reconstruction rehabilitation. In addition to this given his background in orthopaedics, he also enjoys the rehabilitation of traumatic fractures and elective orthopaedic procedures such as hip and knee replacement.
Outside of the clinic Sherief is a keen rugby player and enjoys keeping fit. Often found in the gym or running he enjoys incorporating rehabilitation into his patient care along with other skills such as Accupuncture, Dry Needling, Sports massage and Taping Techniques, Pilates and Yoga.