Grant can’t sing. Though he once was a promising boy soprano landing solo performances of We 3 Kings and Our Don Bradman. Then his voice broke. Career over.
Grant can’t act. Though in 2013 he was in a Tropfest film that finished just outside the top 16 that made it on TV. Some of Grant’s cringeworthy lines no doubt cost the film, particularly the outstanding cinematographers and special effects crew. He apologises.
Grant can’t dance. No story here. He can’t dance.
So using the traditional definition of the Triple Threat, Grant falls well short!
However, when building ProMotion to create motion in solving the more complex problems in the musculoskeletal industry, Grant is well credentialled with his own niched Triple Threat.
Grant has practiced as an Osteopath for over 2 decades, working with literally thousands of patients -helping some, unable to help others, all the while learning why more people have ongoing musculoskeletal problems than any other health condition.
Grant has considerable leadership experience in the musculoskeletal private practice setting. He built and led a practice for 12 years and experienced the vast changes that occurred from 2006- 2018 in the world, and importantly, their impact on the running of a musculoskeletal practice.
Grant also has workplace health experience in the UK and understands why the traditional ways companies manage musculoskeletal injuries are so often inadequate at driving down injuries and associated costs.