Dr Brad Neal

Head of Research & Physiotherapist

PhD, MSc, MSc, MCSP

Brad Neal
Clinical Interests

Running Injuries, Shoulder, Knee, Lower Limb, Tendinopathy, Foot & Ankle, Hips, Patellofemoral Pain (PFP), MTSS and ACL Rehabilitation

Sporting Interests

Golf, Rugby, Running, Swimming and Baseball

Currently Works At

Research Fellow at Queen Mary University of London

Work Experience

West Ham United FC, Saracens RFC, Excel Physiotherapy, BMI Kings Oak & Cavell Hospitals and Barking Havering & Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust

Other Experience

Presenting research findings at Sports Medicine conferences to both national and international audiences, published in several of the highest ranking journals in the field of Sports Medicine and Continues to be involved in the delivery of the Sports & Exercise Medicine Masters programme at Queen Mary University, London



Brad’s Clinics #

Canary Wharf E14

Our Canary Wharf clinic is located within Cabot Place in the centre of Canary Wharf, convenient to Greenwich and Blackheath. Offering both face-to-face and remote consultations.

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020 3595 1234


Brad’s Blog Posts #

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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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Research: Low Back Pain Infographic

Low back pain is one of the most frequent problems that the team at PSM treat. This infographic will show you the latest evidence surrounding the assessment and treatment of this common problem

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Research: Knee Cap Pain Infographic

Knee cap pain is the most common knee complaint in the world. Over 6% of patients we see suffer with this issue. This infographic will show you the latest evidence surrounding the assessment and treatment of this common problem

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ACL Reconstructive Surgery: Recovery and Rehabilitation

What factors (if any) can we use to predict the chance of a successful outcome after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructive surgery? Over the past two years our Research Team have conducted an extensive study to answer this question.