At Pure Sports Medicine, we believe that your body is your most important investment, so it deserves the best care possible, optimised for you.
Since being founded from personal experience, we have made it our mission to provide access to the same model of care received by elite athletes, where you have your very own team of world-class specialists delivering tailored treatment, individual to you, when you need it. We understand that everybody is unique and, therefore, need to be treated as such, but with the highest standards of care possible, not limited to performance alone.
Starting with a correct diagnosis, we identify your problem and then we solve it by building your team around you, cultivating an environment of collaboration by uniting leading experts in musculoskeletal medicine across our state-of-the-art clinics. We work together as a team to set new standards of care and offer the breadth and depth of expertise only otherwise found within elite sports teams, because only the right treatment will get you back to your best.
We know that we can only do this by having the best people, with a commitment to the ongoing education and development of our team and industry. This is why you will find nothing but passion, commitment and hunger to continuously raise the bar and deliver the best care possible for our patients.
In 2001, Andrew Willett, an ex-professional rugby player from Australia, was studying for an MBA and playing rugby for the University of Oxford when he snapped his Achilles tendon. After being driven to A&E, he waited for six hours to be seen by a registrar. Following diagnosis, the registrar sought the advice of the Orthopaedic Surgeon. “Put him in plaster and we will see him in two weeks” was the reply. By now, Andrew had already contacted a trusted Sports Physician in Australia and his recommendation was an operation to improve the chances of full recovery.
Dissatisfied with the publicly provided system, Andrew attempted to seek help from private sources. No one could definitively guide him as to whom he should see or where he should go. The concept of a specialist sports medicine centre was born there and then, and Pure Sports Medicine is the result.