Evagoras was born and raised in Cyprus where he completed his schooling, and also served as a Corporal for two years in the Cyprus National Guard. Following his service, his journey led him to the UK where he completed his BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Following his BSc, Evagoras attended Nottingham University where he obtained his MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine, a degree that focuses beyond the scope of physiotherapy to manage orthopedic injuries. It has a strong focus on using exercise for treating health conditions and focuses on rehabilitating elite athletes and the general population.
In parallel with his studies, his avid interest in sports led him to volunteer at a Women’s Football team where he treated a wide age group of patients. After the completion of his degree, Evagoras worked for a number of years as the Head Academy Physiotherapist at a professional football club, supporting elite athletes on a day to day basis. During his time at the club he especially focused on injury assessment and rehabilitation. Alongside the assessment and treatment of sports specific injuries, his experience in elite sports equipped Evagoras with the much needed knowledge around injury prevention, as well as strength and conditioning, which he utilizes to return his clients to a pre-injury level as well as to prevent future injuries. Evagoras has experience in treating both Upper and Lower limb injuries with a special interest in sport and running specific injuries, including but not limited to, muscle, knee, hip and groin injuries. He developed his interest through practice and by acquiring training from various courses.
Evagoras complements his treatments by utilising other techniques, such as taping and manual therapy. His knowledge and experience gave him the necessary skills to support patients in returning to high performance sport as quickly and safely as possible. Throughout his career, Evagoras established connections with some of the leading specialists in the musculoskeletal field to deliver optimum service.
Evagoras believes that exercise is the key to achieving long term targets and optimum pain relief. He believes that patient education and self-management are essential aspects of ensuring physical and mental well-being.