I saw Hugo shortly after running the last 20 miles of the London Marathon with a rather damaged Achilles' tendon. Over the following weeks his expert hands and understanding eliminated the inflammation and cured the problem. It was a classic case of some pain but plenty of gain. I've just got back from the European Long distance triathlon championships in Poland, and am pleased to report that on its first test, the Achilles held up perfectly over the marathon distance without a hint of a problem.
Had a great experience with the Physio 4 Life team over the past year. Everyone was always friendly and helpful. A special thank you to Hugo, he did everything he could possibly do to resolve my plantar fasciitis problem. I'd highly recommend them!
I've had a great experience with Physio4Life. Their physiotherapist Hugo Chinchilla has solved my lower back pain within 5 sessions. An excellent and very friendly professional I'd definitely recommend to anyone.
Hugo Fernandez Chinchilla BSc Physiotherapy, MCSP, MSc Osteopathy
Hugo graduated from the European University of Madrid (Spain) with a BSC in Physiotherapy and MSc in Sport Sciences in 2012. During his time at University, Hugo developed his experience in several sport injury and neurological hospitals which allowed him to progress into sport rehabilitation and injury prevention.
Moreover, his intimate work with orthopaedic surgeons and posterior rehabilitation has been crucial in improving his manual therapy skills and injury prevention’s knowledge. Since 2011, he has also gained an important experience in Multiple Sclerosis Foundations and International Neurological Hospitals in Africa and Spain.
Hugo has always been involved in sport himself and as a tennis player, has therefore experienced the physical and psychological demands of injury prevention.
He is a really proactive, committed and enthusiastic physiotherapist that believes in the “body as a whole”, where each part affects each and every other part and the whole is greater than simply the sum of its part.