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Our team is led by international Doctors and Clinicians that have worked for various national teams and athletes, across a wide range of sports.

These experiences have given us a unique understanding of the challenges professional athletes face; a knowledge that we can apply to everyday life.


Press Queries #

If you have a press query, we are more than happy to help. Our experts are available to provide advice or comment on a range of health, medicine and sport related topics.

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Some common areas of interest are:

  • Current high profile sporting injuries
  • Health & Well-being at work
  • Exercise as medicine / importance of exercise for health & chronic diseases
  • Training tips / injury advice / injury management
  • Event preparation & recovery

We have experts in all of the following areas:

  • Sports Doctors
  • Physiotherapy, Osteopathy & Chiropractic
  • Massage Therapy
  • Podiatry
  • Strength & Conditioning 
  • Diet & Nutrition
  • Pilates
  • Cycling & Bike Fitting
  • Tendon Specialist

For all enquiries, please contact Emily Grosse.


Examples of Our Work #

Here are some recent examples of articles and blog posts written by our specialists. These are just to provide you with a guide; we can of course advise on a wide and varied number of topics.

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How to Prepare for a Marathon

Physiotherapist Alex Quinn discusses how to prepare for your marathon training schedule safely and effectively.

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What is Tendinopathy?

Tendinopathy, also known as tendinitis or tendinosis, is a painful disorder. Sports Doctor Farrah Jawad explains more about the condition here.

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Bike Choice and Bike Fit — How to get it right

A bike fit will help you to find your best position for performance and avoid injury. Physiotherapist and bike fit expert Bryan, provides insight into what a bike fit is and how to select the right bike.

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The Truth about Herniated Discs’

Herniated disc, can seem like a terrifying diagnosis but it doesn’t need to be. Read about the causes and treatment here.

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