What is your role?
Senior team physiotherapist, day-to-day looking at injuries, and hopefully preventing them and optimising the player's performance and rehabbing the long-term injuries.
How long have you been at Gloucester?
This is my seventh year.
What are you off to do?
I am off to be Head of Physiotherapy at Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club
Will you role differ with the change of sport?
There's going to hopefully be fewer traumatic injuries, rugby is a full contact sport and you get the big, horrible collision based injuries. Football wise, I'll be looking more at the ankles, pelvises, knees and all those sort of things.
Your best moment at Gloucester?
Obviously winning the LV= Cup was a highlight, but probably it's the rapport you get to build with the players with all the boys from different nationalities all across the world.
Probably a little highlight was winning the Fives competition the backroom staff had in Tignes!
And you have also been involved with the England team too?
I have! Seeing Freddie make his England debut in the win over New Zealand was a really proud moment. I won't forget that day for as long as I can remember.
That was a hugely proud moment for me being asked to go along with England on the tour of South Africa, and also stick around for the Autumn Internationals that year and see Fred pop over a few kicks.
Working with him on a daily basis, it's great to see the individuals do well for themselves. You can take great pride in that.
I couldn't possibly say! There are a few boys that love a bit of regular treatment; I'll leave it at that!
There's a very mixed bag, Jim Hamilton had some decent banter!
Everyone at Gloucester Rugby would like to thank Adam for his hard work over the last 7 years, and wish him all the best at Brighton and Hove Albion!