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Pure Sports Medicine - Threadneedle Street

Pure Sports Medicine - Threadneedle Street

Show Phone Number41-47 Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8ARUK
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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

Popular Treatments

Physiotherapist Consultation
Sports Massage
Biomechanical assessment
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy
Shockwave Therapy
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About Pure Sports Medicine - Threadneedle Street

Expert sports injury treatments are provided by this group of sports injury clinics. The clinics are located in Kensington and Threadneedle in London. Professional sportspersons, recreational sportspersons, patients suffering work related injuries and patients of all ages are treated at the clinics. The sports doctors and physiotherapists at the clinics treat sports injuries, sprains, aches and pains and arthritic pains. Services provided include non operational treatments for sports injuries by sports doctors, physiotherapy, exercise therapy, osteopathy, massage, nutrition therapy and podiatry.

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Clinic Services

Open weekends - Closed


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

Massage Therapy

Sports Massage


Osteopath Consultation

Payment Information


Private Patients Welcome

European Health Insurance Card


CIGNA Healthcare

Rebecca Christenson

Rebecca has both Undergraduate and Postgraduate 
qualifications in Physiotherapy, which have gained her 
entry into the MACP (Manipulation Association of Chartered 
Physiotherapists), and the AACP (Acupuncture Associated of 
Chartered Physiotherapists). 
Having previously worked with Olympic atheletes, Rebecca 
was also a Physiotherapist for the Badminton at the London 
2012 Olympics, both at Redbridge and Wembley. She has 
treated elite athletes across a wide range of sports, including 
working extensively with rowers and has a close relationship 
with Imperial College Boat Club. Since 2008 she has also been 
working for Tottenham Hotspurs FC Academy. 
Rebecca has published research on the Achilles tendon
and has a special interest in lower limb overuse injuries.
Rebecca finds treating athletes particularly gratifying because 
she has always enjoyed sports. At the same time, having 
worked in the NHS she has enjoyed treating a diverse group 
of individuals, many of whom were afraid of exercise. She has 
a particular interest in long distance running, football, rowing, 
gymnastics, dance, lower limb overuse injuries and achilles tendon injuries.

Matthew Harris

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
Matt qualified from Victoria University Melbourne in 2003 with 
a B.App.Sc in Clinical Science and an M.H.Sc in Osteopathy. 
Before this, he gained a Diploma in Remedial Therapies from 
the Melbourne College of Natural Medicine.
Matt has worked with professional athletes across varied 
range of sports both in Australia and the UK, including Hockey, 
Tennis, Australian Rules Football and Beach Volleyball.
Matt has a particular interest in functional biomechanics, 
nutrition, shoulders and lower limb injuries. He combines his 
Osteopathic practice with teaching at the British School
of Osteopathy, where he works as a clinician supervising 
trainee Osteopaths, and also lectures on shoulder rehabilitation. 

Along side his Osteopathy, Matt is also experienced in dry needling and functional rehabilitation techniques.

Lorraine Western

Job Title:
  Practice Therapist
  Massage Therapy,
Lorraine developed an interest in massage techniques during 
a career break from Occupational Therapy, and enrolled on 
a course in 2000. From the first session she knew that this is 
what she wanted to do with her working life. In the 12 years 
since then, Lorraine has made the most of every opportunity 
to develop her skills and experience, completing the SPS 
Sports Massage Diploma in 2007, an MSc in Sports Injury 
Management with the University of Brighton in 2011, and post 
graduate training in soft tissue release, trigger point therapy 
and deep tissue massage.
Lorraine fulfilled a long standing ambition to work as a Sports 
Massage Therapist as part of the volunteer medical team at the 
Aquatic Centre for the Olympic Games, and with Goal Ball for 
the Paralympic Games. Lorraine also has experience of working 
in county cricket and semi professional football.
Lorraine’s sporting passion is football, and she has completed 
the FA Diploma in the Treatment of Injury. She is also 
enthusiastic to see people of all abilities and ages fulfil their 
potential in the sport of their choice.
Show Phone Number41-47 Threadneedle Street, London, EC2R 8ARUK