Josh bowls at the Aussie cricketers

Josh Bess our Physiotherapist and Mosman cricketer has been busy turning his arm over in the nets earlier this summer providing batting practice to both the Australian and English cricket teams on several occasions in their lead up to the Cricket World Cup which is now completed. Josh‘s claim to fame is that he managed to get the wicket of George Bailey the Australian One Day team Captain, on two occasions. With Josh being an Englishman I’m sure he was happy with that result! Continuing with our cricket theme SquareOne have partnered with Mosman Cricket and Josh will be providing injury assessment at training on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. If you or your children have any cricket related injuries then Josh has a particular interest in this area. With his knowledge of the game combined with his clinical experience he is ideally placed to assess, treat and rehabilitate cricket injuries. See a picture of Josh in action here.

 Josh Bess our Physiotherapist and Mosman cricketer has been busy turning his arm over in the nets earlier this summer providing batting practice to both the Australian and English cricket teams on several occasions in their lead up to the Cricket World Cup which is now completed. Josh’s claim to fame is that he managed to get the wicket of George Bailey the Australian One Day team Captain, on two occasions. With Josh being an Englishman I’m sure he was happy with that result! Continuing with our cricket theme SquareOne have partnered with Mosman Cricket and Josh will be providing injury assessment at training on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. If you or your children have any cricket related injuries then Josh has a particular interest in this area. With his knowledge of the game combined with his clinical experience he is ideally placed to assess, treat and rehabilitate cricket injuries. See a picture of Josh in action here.