Pat Gillham

Clinical Manager & Physiotherapist

BA, MSc

Pat Gilham
Specialist Interests

Shoulder, Lower Limb, Hip & Groin, Tendons and Spine

Sporting Interests

Football, Golf, Rugby, Racquet Sports and Cricket

Work Experience

Newbury RFC, Camberley RFC, Pangbourne College RFC and University of Birmingham RFC

Other Experience

Titleist Performance Institute Level 1 Certification, Consulting Physiotherapist for Full Potential Coaching, West Bromwich Albion FC academy, CA Brive RFC, Crystal Palace Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre, Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Guest writer for Sports Injury Bulletin and Peak Performance magazines and Studying for a PG Cert in Strength & Conditioning

Pat instilled a sense of confidence in my recovery which provided the x‑factor in my rehab. I wouldn’t be back leading a normal life without the help of Pat and Pure’s team.

Andrew, Patient


Pat’s Clinics #

Raynes Park / Wimbledon SW20

Our Raynes Park clinic, close to Wimbledon, is a partnership with David Lloyd Leisure, convenient to Wimbledon, Raynes Park, Kingston and South West London. Offering face-to-face and remote consultations.

Book an appointment
020 3595 1239

Virtual Clinic

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

Book an appointment
020 3595 1237


Pat’s Blog Posts #

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How to Avoid and Manage Injuries for Marathon Training

In this blog we offer advice for the prevention and management of overload injuries sustained by marathon and half marathon runners.

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Working at PSM: Clinical Manager

Find out what it’s like being part of the PSM Team; three of our Clinical Managers talk about their experience within their roles at their respective Clinics.

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The Modern Golfer: Injury Prevention

Physiotherapist, Pat Gillham explores how golfing injuries can occur and ways to avoid them.

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A workout at work: 5 office exercises

Physiotherapist Pat Gillham and Pilates Instructor Vanessa Wong Tai, give practical advice for staying active in the office.