Working at PSM: Physiotherapy

Read first hand experiences of what it is like to be a Physiotherapist in our team.

One of the best things about working at PSM has to be the team. Working as part of an MDT is so valuable to help me continue learning and being able to achieve the best results for my patients. Coming from an NHS background this is something I valued in previous jobs and the ability to refer to other clinicians under the same roof is what sets us apart.

PSM fosters a professional but fun and relaxed working atmosphere with no hierarchy between disciplines. Working here has allowed me to develop skills in advanced rehab by working with high level athletes and weekend warriors to progress patients to performance based goals beyond just rehabilitating an injury.

Ellie McKay

Physiotherapist, Canary Wharf Clinic


I joined PSM to become a better clinician. Within a few months of starting, I could already tell that I had made the right decision. The environment is perfect for learning: ideas are shared, learning is spontaneous, and clinicians often work together on cases to get the best outcomes.

Working in a genuine MDT is fantastic for us clinicians, but especially for patients, who really value the team approach. I am now in a role as Head of the Rehab Department, with my ambitions for management fostered and encouraged from the outset.

Charlie Goodchild

Physiotherapist & Head of Rehabilitation, Bank Clinic


From the moment I started, I was made to feel incredibly welcome by everyone at Pure Sports Medicine. Professionally, I feel fully supported by my colleagues as the MDT included me right away; there was a clear direction and plan to introduce me to the clinic, and wider PSM company, which really helped me to settle in. 

There is a strong work ethic among everyone across the clinical and non-clinical staff alike, with a drive to provide exceptional patient care. This collective-goal is driven from all company levels and is supported in many different ways, including regular one-to-ones, frequent research dissemination and journal club, regular protected CPD time, excellent admin processes, and networking events and collaboration. All this makes the working environment incredibly stimulating and exciting — it’s a fantastic place to work.

Matt Virden

Physiotherapist, Moorgate Clinic