Mr. Zhariff has been a qualified physiotherapist since 2013 and has predominantly worked under the sports physiotherapy discipline with ISN. He received his tertiary education at Manchester College (A-levels) and followed by University of Salford, UK in which he successfully completed a bachelor’s degree program. Throughout his studies, he has been engaging with various internship rotation through major physiotherapy discipline from leading NHS hospitals in the region of North West.
His huge passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy discipline, landed him a first job in a private chiropractor clinic in Kuantan working primarily on spinal, lower back, osteoarthritis and sports rehabilitation cases. He later joined ISN as a sports physiotherapist in 2014.
Since then he has been extensively involved in numerous sports team mainly squash, field hockey, rugby and football. He was also entrusted to work with elite athletes at major competition and games such as the SEA games (Singapore 2015 & Kuala Lumpur 2017), Asian Games (Jakarta-Palembang 2018) and other Asian and World championships. He was also assigned to lead the set-up of National Football Development Programme’s (NFDP) physiotherapy department in Gambang, Kuantan 2018.
Mr. Zhariff also holds a Member of UK Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), Member of Health and Professional Council UK (HCPC) and Member of Malaysia Physiotherapy Association (MPA).He’s obtained courses such as level 3 Sports Emergency Care from World Rugby, Kinesiology and Sports Taping, Dry Needling and Injury Prevention Management.
In end of 2018, he was awarded with Excellence Service Award (APC) from Ministry of Sports and Youth (KBS) for his excellent service towards the sports industry in Malaysia.