Kishore is a HCPC and CSP registered Chartered Physiotherapist qualified in 1999. Since then he has worked extensively in both the private sector and the NHS dealing with a broad range of conditions.
Kishore currently works at Queen Margaret Hospital, Dunfermlilne, as Orthopaedic Advanced Practice Physiotherapist dealing with neck and shoulder problems and is also a qualified Joint Injection Therapist and offers steroid injections to private patients on prescription from their GP's.
His preferred treatment of choice is Manual Therapy, and to improve these skills he did a full-time Master’s degree (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy), from Sheffield Hallam University in 2007.
Kishore specialises in musculoskeletal conditions such as neck and lower back pain, headaches, shoulders, hip knee and other joint pains, whiplash, sports physiotherapy and post operative physiotherapy. He is also a qualified Acupuncturist since 2010, and has also been practicing acupuncture for various acute and chronic conditions.
Kishore has volunteered at the 20th Glasgow 2014 Common Wealth Games. He was based at the Barry Buddon shooting range, Carnoustie, Scotland. He provided assessment and treatment to athletes and Games Officials with sports related injuries and other acute and chronic injuries.
Kishore's role involved working at the Athletes medical room and also at the Field of Play at the competition venue. He got the opportunity to meet many athletes and volunteers during the competitions. He was part of a multi-disciplinary team which involved Physiotherapists, Doctors, First Aiders and Sports Medicine specialist and has gained a huge wealth of experience as a volunteer physiotherapist in a international competition.
Kishore worked as Team Physiotherapist for "Fife Elite Football Academy" for the 11- 17 year old boys for their home games in Dunfermline. He provided pitch-side First Aid and Physiotherapy for various acute sports injuries. He is also a qualified Sports First-Aider.