Rebecca Christenson

Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner


Rebecca Christenson 2022

Rebecca Christenson is an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner with over twenty years of experience. She has worked extensively in elite sport including football, rowing and the Olympics. She also currently works as a visiting Lecturer teaching physiotherapists at postgraduate and undergraduate university level. Her diverse background and multifaceted skill set enable her to provide comprehensive and effective care to her patients, helping them overcome challenges and achieve their health and wellness goals.

Specialist Interests

Foot & Ankle, Hip & Groin, Tendons, Pre & Post Natal, ACL and Patellofemoral Pain (PFP)

Sporting Interests

Football, Running, Triathlon and Rowing

Currently Works At

Visiting University Lecturer on BSc & MSc Physiotherapy courses

Work Experience

Physiotherapist at Tottenham Hotspur FC Academy, Imperial Boat Club, Fulham FC Academy and London 2012 Olympics

Other Experience

Private Practise, NHS and Dry Needling

Rebecca’s Locations #

Bank EC2R

Our Bank clinic on Threadneedle Street is located in the heart of the square mile, convenient to Bank, Bishopsgate, Leadenhall and Monument with extended opening hours. Offering both face-to-face and remote consultations.

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020 7788 7000

Rebecca’s Blog Posts #

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Why Women Are More Likely To Injure Their ACLs

Did you know woman are 6 times more likely to injure their ACL than men? We put our best minds to it and have broken down the reasons why this could be. It is an area that certainly needs more research, but until then, it’s a case of prevention, strengthening, and targeted rehab.

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What are Stress Fractures?

What are stress fractures, how are they caused, diagnosed and managed? Our Consultant in Sport, Exercise & Musculoskeletal Medicine, Physiotherapist and Dietitian discuss.

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How do I know if I have Runner’s Knee?

We see many runner’s with knee pain, or Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) as its known in the medical world, and as we always say, getting the right diagnosis is key. So in this blog we explain how to identify if your knee pain is runner’s knee, or something else.

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Running Injuries: ITBFS

ITBFS or Illiotibial band friction syndrome is a common injury among runners and one we see a lot of in the run up to the London Marathon. But, what is it and how can it be treated?