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Karrar Khaku


Karrar Khaku, M.Physio, Bannerdale Osteopaths
“My goal is to empower patients to take control of their own rehabilitation journey and surround them with the right advice and education to do so. ”
Karrar Khaku, M.Physio

Karrar Khaku, M.Physio

Karrar is an incredibly well-experienced Physiotherapist and we are lucky to have him as part of our team for Face-to-face and virtual Physio. He graduated from Sheffield Hallam University with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy. Prior to this he completed his Bachelor of Physical Education in Canada, as well as a diploma in Sports Science and various certifications in athletic therapy.

Karrar has an extensive background in strength and conditioning and applies these principles to his online physio work by creating a bespoke care plan for each patient focused around exercise and education. The aim of this is to help people of all levels overcome any setbacks in their journey to health and wellness. He brings a wealth of Musculoskeletal and Physiotherapy experience to Bannerdale Osteopaths. 

My Story

“I am incredibly passionate about creating the right environment for patients to succeed and achieve their goals. I believe that combining the human connection with evidence-based rehabilitation strategies is key to doing this.

I’m keen to change some of the narratives surrounding chronic pain and dysfunction and I feel that we as rehabilitation clinicians need to do more to listen, inspire, and promote movement.

Pain and injury can feel complex but often the solution is quite simple. My focus is on getting to the root cause of your complaint as quickly as possible, working with you to identify your goals in addition to being pain-free, then getting and keeping you moving and feeling better through exercise and sound evidence-based advice and education.

My goal is to empower patients to take control of their own rehabilitation journey and surround them with the right advice and education to do so.”