Claire Small

Clinical Director & Physiotherapist

M Phty St. MMACP. PG Cert in Non Medical Prescribing

Claire Small
Clinical Interests

Hips, Groin, Movement Dysfunction, Pregnancy, Pelvis and Lumbopelvic Dysfunction

Sporting Interests

Football, Dance and Ballet

Currently Works At

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

Work Experience

The Physiotherapy Centre and Fulham

Other Experience

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



Claire’s Clinics #

Kensington SW7

Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, our Kensington Clinic is currently closed (due to re-open on 6th July). We are now open for remote consultations only.

Book an appointment
020 3595 1231

Virtual Clinic

Access our expert Sport, Exercise and Musculoskeletal Medicine services from anywhere in the UK.

Book an appointment
020 3595 1237


Claire’s Blog Posts #

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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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Back Pain 2.0

Clinical Director, Claire Small, helps to dispel common myths around back pain causes and cures. Highlighting the urgent need for consistent and evidence-based information to be taught to medical professionals and the general public.

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The Benefits of Personalised Training at Home

When time to exercise is limited and resources at home are low, it’s more important than ever to maximise your training with a truly personalised programme.

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Recovering from Coronavirus: Breathing Exercises

Clinical Director Claire Small, shares why breathing exercises can be a useful tool to aid recovery from Coronavirus.