Harriet Ranger

Musculoskeletal & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

BSc Sport and Exercise Science, MSc Physiotherapy

Harriet Granger

Harriet is a musculoskeletal and pelvic health physiotherapist. She graduated from Swansea University with a BSc. in Sport and Exercise Science. After which she furthered her expertise with an MSc. in Physiotherapy at Oxford Brookes University.

Harriet brings a wealth of experience from her tenure at esteemed institutions: Guys and St Thomas’ and Barts Health NHS Trusts to her role at Pure Sports Medicine. Her background includes valuable exposure to pelvic health/​obstetric physiotherapy, orthopaedics and fracture rehabilitation.

Beyond the clinic, Harriet is not just a physiotherapist but also a passionate sports enthusiast. As a regular player in a competitive London Hockey league and an aspiring golfer, she understands first-hand the demands these activities impose on the body. You might even spot her cheering at Harlequins matches at the Stoop when she is not in the clinic!

Harriet’s commitment extends beyond sports; she is deeply passionate about women’s health physiotherapy. Whether you need pelvic health support, ante/​postnatal care or injury management, Harriet is here to provide personalised assistance and support every step of the way.

Specialist Interests

Lower Limb Injuries, Post-Surgical Rehabilitation, Upper limb injuries, postpartum diastasis recti abdominis, Overactive Bladder Syndrome, Pelvic Girdle Pain, Pre & Post Natal Musculoskeletal Pain and Urinary Incontinence

Sporting Interests

Football, Golf, Cricket, Hockey and Rugby Union

Currently Works At

Specialised Musculoskeletal & Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Work Experience

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Trust and Barts Health NHS Trust

Harriet’s Locations #

Moorgate EC2A

Our Moorgate clinic benefits from a prime location on Finsbury Square, ideally located on the City fringe connecting Liverpool Street and Moorgate with Shoreditch and Old Street. Offering both face-to-face and remote consultations.

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020 7788 7000

Harriet’s Blog Posts #

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How to Train Around Your Menstrual Cycle

Have you ever felt a change in your energy levels whilst doing the same sport or activity from one week to the next? This could be down to your cycle. Find out how to optimise your training to work with your body.