Press Centre

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 Rogers.


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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Compartment Pressure Testing (CPT) for Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome (CECS)

Consultant in SEM, Dr Rick Seah explains CECS, an exercise-induced muscle and nerve condition which can effect muscles in the arms or legs, and how Compartment Pressure Testing can help.

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Knee Cap Pain: Everything you need to know

Dr Simon Lack and Dr Bradley Neal discuss the identification, causes and treatments of Knee Cap Pain following recent research in to this common complaint.

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Tibialis Posterior: Pain On The Inside Of The Ankle

If you have suffered with a building pain on the inside of your ankle, the tibialis posterior muscle that starts at the back of the tibia (shin bone) and travels along the inside of our ankle turning from muscle into tendon, can often be the cause of your ankle pain.

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Inflammatory Axial Spondyloarthropathy

Low back pain (LBP) accounts for almost 20% of the people coming in to see our Physiotherapy team. For most, LBP is self-limiting rather than disabling, though it often negatively affects many aspects of daily life.