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Pure Sports Medicine - Canary Wharf

Pure Sports Medicine - Canary Wharf

Show Phone NumberLevel 2 Cabot Place West, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4QTUK
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Opening Hours

Monday07:00 - 20:00
Tuesday07:00 - 20:00
Wednesday07:00 - 20:00
Thursday07:00 - 20:00
Friday07:00 - 19:00
Saturday09:00 - 15:00
Sunday
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Popular Treatments

Physiotherapist Consultation
Sports Massage
Orthotics
Pilates
Biomechanical assessment
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy
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Provides

Physiotherapy

Clinic Services

Open weekends - Saturdays 8AM-5PM

Physiotherapy

 
Biomechanical assessment
 
Orthotics
 
Physiotherapist Consultation
 
Pilates
 
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
 
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy

Massage Therapy

 
Sports Massage

Osteopathy

 
Osteopath Consultation

Payment Information

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

European Health Insurance Card

NHS

CIGNA Healthcare

Daniel Cohen

Specialisations:
  Osteopathy
Biography:
Growing up in The Netherlands and Portugal, Daniel was 
introduced to Osteopathy as an effective treatment of sporting 
injuries at an early age. Since qualifying from the British College 
of Osteopathic Medicine (BCOM) in London in 2003, where he
has also taught, Daniel has continued to develop and grow his 
practice. 
Now a lecturer in Osteopathy at Oxford Brookes University, 
Daniel spends one day week teaching and the rest of his time in 
practice, developing his own skill set through continued
professional development.
With an interest in many sports, Daniel’s treatment approach is 
very much focused on the musculoskeletal system. He is keen 
to pass on some fundamental principles of Osteopathy to his 
patients, including: structure and function as inter-related
(for example, poor posture can affect lung function), the body 
has the capacity to heal itself in the correct environment; 
nutrition is the foundation for good health; and psychology plays a big part in the healing process.

Adam Goode

Job Title:
  Physiotherapist
Specialisations:
  Physiotherapy
Biography:
Adam graduated from Liverpool’s John Moores University with 
a BSc Sports Science in2004, before going on to complete his 
Masters in Physiotherapy in 2007. Adam has chosen to continue 
his education at Hertfordshire University, undertaking an MSc in 
Advanced Physiotherapy.
Adam was the Team Lead at the Mile End and Royal 
London Hospitals, working closely with well respected and 
renowned Physiotherapists, Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic 
Consultants. His passion lies in the treatment of sporting hips, 
groins and knees with an ever growing interest in preventative 
and post-operative rehabilitation of shoulders.
Understanding technique, biomechanics and performance 
have long been engrained in Adam’s sporting background, with 
a high level of participation in a multitude of sports, including: 
Football, Tennis and Golf. Adam also enjoys training for, and treating individuals focused on Triathlon.

Dr Rick Seah

Specialisations:
  Exercise Medicine, Sports Medicine
Biography:
Rick trained at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital’s Medical School, 
King’s College London and obtained his Master’s from UCL. 
He is a Fellow of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine, 
trained at various NHS teaching hospitals and worked as a 
Specialist Registrar at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation 
Centre in Headley Court. 
Rick was a Sports Medicine Doctor for the Rowing and Canoe 
Sprints at Eton Dorney during the London 2012 Olympics, and 
covered multiple sports at the London 2012 Paralympics.
From 2007-2009, Rick was a member of the Wembley National 
Stadium event medical team. He has worked with Chelsea FC 
Academy (2009-2010), and as a Medical Officer at the 2010 
World Wheelchair Basketball Championships, 2010 UK School 
Games, 2009 Special Olympics, England Athletics age-group 
Championships, London Triathlon, Abu Dhabi International 
Triathlon and Olympic test events in the build-up to London 
2012. Rick has worked for the English Institute of Sport (EIS) 
since 2010 and was an honorary research fellow at the Olympic 
Medical Institute and University of Southampton in 2005.
Rick’s interests include: overuse sporting and work-related 
injuries, traumatic musculoskeletal injuries, tendinopathies, 
exercise-induced leg pain (EILP), myofascial pain management, 
musculoskeletal rehabilitation, obesity-related lifestyle issues and exercise prescription.
Show Phone NumberLevel 2 Cabot Place West, Canary Wharf, London, E14 4QTUK