James is one of four Founders of The Centre for Health & Human Performance (CHHP), and holds the position of Clinical Director of Sports & Exercise Medicine. CHHP is one of the leading clinics in central London, specialising in complex case management & second opinions for MSK problems, as well as exercise medicine for Cancer, Cardiac disease & other non-communicable metabolic diseases.
He is a Co-Founder of The Health Development & Performance Network (HDPN) a new innovative education and mentoring company designed to interpret and apply evidence led research to everyday practice. Their goal is to support, grow and inspire clinicians and practitioners around the world to improve their understand and application of science in the delivery of patient and athlete care.
One of the highlights of James’ career, to date, was to be awarded the Deputy Chef de Mission Performance Service for Team GB at the Rio2016 Olympic Games. At the Games he was responsible for leading the whole delegation (c.1200 people); providing the over-arching strategy for all science and medicine for all 28 sports; and had an immediate team of 45 staff, with a wider team of some further 60 practitioners. TeamGB had the most successful Olympic Games in their history, reaching second place on the medal table, and being the first previous home nation to do better at the following away Games.
He has previously held titles such as Head for Performance for TeamGB and has been instrumental in setting the strategy for the Tokyo Olympic Games; the manager for the Intensive Rehabilitation Unit for the British Olympic Association (BOA), he lead a team of specialists in dealing with complex recalcitrant problems a service available for all 2000 athletes nationwide; Head of Medical at Saracens RFC; Consultant Clinical Lead Physiotherapist for UK Athletics for two Olympic cycles(Beijing & London); Consultant Physiotherapist for the RFU to the England Men’s Senior team in preparation for RWC2011; Medical team leader for Gloucester County Cricket Club. James has worked with multiple sports throughout the UK, USA and Australia.
He completed his Bachelors at Kings College London in 1996; his Masters in advanced Physiotherapy at University of Queensland in 2000, where he specialized in the neurophysiology of pain science; an MSc in Engineering (Applied Biomechanics) at University of Strathclyde in 2005; and has undertaken further post-graduate qualifications in Strength & Conditioning; motor control of movement(kinetic Control); Pilates; and exercise physiology (ACSM).
James Moore has a lot of experiences in teaching his courses about the knee, hip, groin, ankle and foot. He has also a lot of experience in biomechanics of different sports. In 2020 he developed his E-learning Creating athletic movement to make it possible to keep learning from your home.