Claire is a Consultant Physiotherapist and the Chief Clinical Officer and co-founder of Pure Sports Medicine. As co-founder she has been with Pure Sports Medicine since its beginning in 2003, delivering outstanding clinical care for over 20 years.
Claire’s clinical specialities include issues of the spine, hip, groin and pelvis including persistent problems, pregnancy-related complaints and movement dysfunction. She has a specific interest in helping women manage the symptoms associated with menopause and metabolic syndrome.
As an accomplished and well established clinician, speaker and researcher, Claire is also an Honorary Lecturer and Examiner at Queen Mary University of London and the University of Hertfordshire, an invited Lecturer at UCL, Kings College, London & University of Bath and a Journal Reviewer for Manual Therapy and Physical Therapy in Sport & the British Journal of Sport Medicine. She was made a Fellow of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in 2016.
In 2015 she was named Australian Businesswoman of the Year in the UK for her work in healthcare.
Hips, Groin, Movement Dysfunction, Pregnancy, Pelvis and Lumbopelvic Dysfunction
Football, Dance and Ballet
Honorary Lecturer and Examiner at Queen Mary University of London, Invited Lecturer at UCL, Kings College, London & University of Bath, Journal Reviewer for Manual Therapy and Physical Therapy in Sport & the British Journal of Sports Medicine
The Physiotherapy Centre and Fulham
Research interest in groin pain & pathology, including pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain and athletic groin pain, National and International Lecturer on Manual Therapy, spinal, hip & pelvic pain and dry needling
Menopause is a significant phase life, yet there’s often a lack of information on how to navigate it. Claire Small, Physiotherapist & Chief Clinical Officer, shares her journey through menopause and offers actionable tips for making lifestyle changes to ease its symptoms.
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