Michael Burdon

Head of Sports Medicine & Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine


Mike Burdon
Clinical Interests

Shoulder, Osteoarthritis, Ultrasound Scanning, Injection Therapy, Upper Limb, Musculoskeletal Medicine, Sports Medicine, Groin, Hip & Knee and Exercise Medicine

Sporting Interests

Football, Running, Swimming, Triathlon, Marathons, Cricket and Hockey

Currently Works At

Chelsea Outpatients Centre, Plymouth, Clinical Fellow & Examiner, University of Bath Sports Medicine MSc, Team Physician to England Football Association & GB Hockey and Faculty Tutor, Centre of Ultrasound Studies, Bournemouth

Work Experience

MoD South West Rehabilitation Unit, Peninsula Sports Medicine, British Swimming & British Diving and Plymouth Argyle FC & Plymouth Albion RFC

Other Experience

GP for 16 years and Event Doctor for London 2012 Olympics (covering aquatic sports)

Michael’s Services #

Michael’s Clinics #

Chancery Lane WC2A

Our clinic in the bustling, historic City of London, is conveniently placed with extended opening hours for all of our patients living and working in the city.

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020 3595 1235

Kensington SW7

Our West London clinic on Cromwell Road is within the Point West Building, next door to the Harbour Club. Split over two levels, we have a number of treatment rooms and two rehab areas.

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020 3595 1231

Michael’s Blog Posts #

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Ski fitness: What happens if you get hurt on the slopes?

Dr Michael Burdon and Physiotherapist Elisabeth Dacker discuss what to do if you get injured skiing.

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Five tips to keep you well this Winter

Dr Mike Burdon shares his top tips for maintaining good health during the colder months.

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Anterior knee pain — It’s all about the diagnosis

Dr Michael Burdon talks through the three most common types of anterior knee pain, along with causes, diagnosis and management.

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Three of the Most Common Injuries in Tennis Players

Head of Sports Medicine Dr Mike Burdon explores the top three injuries in Tennis and how to manage them effectively.

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