Simon Maskell Biokentics, Exercise Science
Simon is a highly experienced Biokineticist with a BSc (Med)(Hons) Exercise Science (Biokinetics) Honours Degree from the University of Cape Town, South Africa (2007) and a BCom Sports Management Degree at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa (2006).
He completed his internship at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa in 2008. Simon continued to work in the Sport & Exercise Medicine practice and orthopaedic Biokinetics practice at the Sports Science Institute of South Africa where he performed extensive cardiac rehabilitation, chronic disease rehabilitation & orthopaedic injury assessment together with exercise rehabilitation.
In February 2010, he established his own Biokinetics practice in Cape Town, South Africa. Maskell Biokineticists is concerned with preventative health care, optimization of physical performance and exercise rehabilitation.
In mid 2017, Simon and his young family arrived in the UK. Simon started his own Biokinetics practice; Simon Maskell Biokineticist and Associates. He now proudly offers his services and expertise as a Biokineticist across London from within ML Chiropractic.
The aim of Simon and his team is to deliver the highest quality service and deliver the best possible outcomes for injury/disease screening & prevention and exercise rehabilitation. Simon Maskell Biokineticist and Associates intends to improve the physical well-being and quality of life of all of their customers.
Simon is passionate about wellness and lifestyle management in both a private and corporate setting.
Simon has gained great knowledge and experience in the field of Sports Medicine and Exercise Rehabilitation, with specialist knowledge and interest in:
- Orthopaedic Rehabilitation
- The Psychology of Injury, Disease and Exercise Rehabilitation
- Wellness Management
- Performance Enhancement
In the United Kingdom, Simon is a member of:
- TheBritishAssociation for CardiovascularPrevention and Rehabilitation (BACPR)
- The British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers (BASRaT).
In South Africa, Simon is a registered member of:
- The Health Professionals Council of South Africa (HPCSA)
- The BiokineticsAssociationof South Africa(BASA).
He was previously on the BASA Board in the Western Cape. Simon is a previous member of the South African Sports Medicine Association (SASMA) and Exercise is Medicine South Africa (EIM).
R.P. Lamberts, S. Maskell, J. Borresen, M.I. Lambert. Adapting workload improves the measurement of HRR. International Journal of Sports Medicine 32(9):698-702