Nicholas is a practicing Consultant Chartered Physiotherapist with more than 23 years of clinical experience spanning the NHS, private practice, sport, performing arts, and the military. He holds the Cardiff University Bond Solon (CUBS) Expert Witness Civil Certificate.
Nicholas accepts instructions in civil litigation matters for initial screening as well as full report preparation for breach of duty and causation in physiotherapy clinical negligence cases. Comment and opinion can also be provided for condition and prognosis reports and in the context of client disability assessments.
Instructions are accepted in the areas of musculoskeletal physiotherapy, orthopaedics, sports injuries, performing arts injuries, occupational health, and military injuries. In these areas, scientifically-informed and clinically-experienced comment and opinion can be provided on physiotherapy matters for the lower back, hip, knee, ankle, and foot.
Example conditions and injuries that Nicholas has experience with include: lower back pain and sciatica, arthritis (osteoarthritis), ligament injury and surgery, cartilage injury and surgery, nerve injury, bone fracture, joint replacement, and amputation.
Reports are fully court compliant and all data is controlled in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) registration number: ZB338126 (Tier 1).
“Dr Clark was very prompt in responding to me and answering my queries. His report was very thorough; he commented on all of the relevant issues and provided clear, detailed reasoning which was extremely helpful for myself and the client. I would happily recommend Dr Clark as a physiotherapy expert”. CJ, HE Solicitors.