Injection Therapy, Soft tissue injuries, Bone Stress Injuries, Compartment Pressure Testing, Exercise-induced leg pain (EILP), MSK Dance Injuries and Platelet-rich Plasma Injections
Dance, Tennis, Swimming, Kayaking and Hiking
Consultant in Sport, Exercises and Musculoskeletal Medicine at Pure Sports Medicine, Canary Wharf since 2011 and Honorary Sports Physician, UCLH NHS Foundation Trust & Institute of Sport, Exercise & Health (ISEH)
Sports Physician at English Institute of Sport (2011−15), Team Physician for British Fencing (2011−15), GB Canoe Slalom (2012−15), Abu Dhabi International Triathlon (2010−14), Chief Medical Officer for GB Wheelchair Tennis (2013−15), World Artistic Gymnastics Championships, 2015 and Event Medical Team for Wembley National Stadium (2007−09)
Commenced Specialist Training in Sport and Exercise Medicine- London Deanery 2007-11, GMC Specialist Register (SEM)- 2011, Specialist registrar (SpR) in SEM at St Mary’s, UCLH, Royal London, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital & the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre, Honorary Physician, British Association of Performing Arts Medicine, Lecturer / Examiner in SEM — MFSEM(UK) exam; UCL; QMUL; Bath University and Expedition Medic to Sinai Pensinsula, 2001
Consultant in SEM, Dr Rick Seah explains CECS, an exercise-induced muscle and nerve condition which can effect muscles in the arms or legs, and how Compartment Pressure Testing can help.
Your consultant may recommend a Botulinum toxin injection, either as a one-off or a series of injections, to help you manage your pain. Dr Rick Seah tells us more.
Find out about Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) injections and how they might help your injury.
Think you might need to see a Consultant in SEM? Read our helpful guide to find out when it’s best to book an appointment with the Doc.