Henry Clarke



Henry Clarke SQ

Henry graduated from the University of Liverpool in 2016. Since then he has worked in the private industry treating a whole range of musculoskeletal injuries. He is particularly interested in running and sports injuries, biomechanics, injuries of the lower back, hip, knee and shoulder, and persistent pain.

Henry has additional qualifications in acupuncture and has completed a Running Injuries and Biomechanics course. He is a keen sportsman and has played/​has interests in rugby, football, weight training, tennis, cycling, running and golf. 

Henry likes to have a short and long term approach to his treatment. Initially he wants to help patients alleviate their pain and get it under control, but he is persistent in finding the root cause of the injury and finding a long term solution for his patients.

Specialist Interests

Running Injuries, Sports Injuries, Knee, Tendon Injuries, Back & Neck, Persistent Pain, Biomechanics, Acupuncture and Shoulder Injuries

Sporting Interests

Football, Rugby, Running, Cycling, Tennis and Weight Training

Work Experience

Blackberry Orthopaedic Clinic Milton Keynes

Other Experience

Northampton Town Football Club, Spire Healthcare, Southport District General Hospital, Countess of Chester Hospital, Arrowe Park Hospital, Ellesmere Port Hospital and Dry Needling

Henry has treated me for a couple of persistent injuries over the last few months and has done so with real consideration and clear knowledge. I’ve felt like I’ve learnt a lot during the recovery period and he helped me to be patient rather than to try and rush things.

Nick Mantell

Henry’s Locations #

Chancery Lane WC2A

Our Chancery Lane clinic is located on this historic street, convenient to Holborn, Fetter Lane, the Strand, Fleet Street and Covent Garden. Offering both face-to-face and remote consultations.

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020 7788 7000

Henry’s Blog Posts #

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How Different Tissues in Our Body Respond to Running

What happens to muscles, bones, and tendons when they are optimally loaded Vs what happens when we overload them? Physiotherapist Henry Clarke discusses the impact on our tissues when we run or perform impact exercise.

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How to Recover from Common Running Injuries

Common causes, the assessment process and tailored management programmes. Physiotherapist Henry Clarke offers advice on the best course of action to take if you have sustained a running injury.