About The London Sports Injury Clinic

The London Sports Injury Clinic is conveniently situated in Central London at 108, Harley Street.  The clinic has onsite X-ray and ultrasound imaging facilities and MRI scanning can be arranged rapidly at a partner hospital. Specialist physiotherapy is also available on site. All treatment and rehabilitation programmes are individually tailored to suit your needs by members of our experienced specialist team working closely together to ensure ultimate peace of mind and minimum delays.​ 

"You don't have to be a professional athlete to be treated like one"​

A multidisciplinary team of sports injury experts

The team at The London Sports Injury Clinic has extensive experience of treating sport and exercise related injuries, both in professional athletes and the general public.  They are able to provide tailor made rehabilitation programmes  for patients recovering from surgical intervention, and advice on the latest advances in performance techniques, nutrition and wellness. 

Treatments and services

With a focus on human performance and wellness, The London Sports Injury Clinic specialises in cutting edge, non-surgical treatments for sports and orthopaedic injuries, including muscle, tendon and ligament injuries, stress fractures, foot and ankle problems, shoulder, neck and back pain, hernia and Gilmore Groin.  If required, surgical intervention can be provided by their Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons.

Sports and musculoskeletal medicine

Dr Ralph Rogers specialises in strengthening the weaknesses and correcting the imbalances associated with sports injuries and painful conditions.  He is able to make an accurate diagnosis and co-ordinated treatment plan to suit each individual case. Skilled MSK physiotherapy supports the work of the physicians.

Performing arts medicine

The team at the London Sports Injury Clinic is skilled in the treatment of muscle, ligament and tendon damage in performing artists, such as dancers, actors and musicians.

Therapeutic injections

  • Platelet rich plasma (PRP) 
  • Biopuncture: Traumeel, Spascupreel and Lymphomyosot
  • Steroid
  • Ostenil

State-of-the-art testing techniques

  • Compartment pressure testing
  • Cardiopulmonary exercise testing (CPEX)
  • Functional movement screening (FMS)

Extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT)

A new non-invasive therapy that uses shockwaves to stimulate healing, often avoiding the need for surgery.

Wellness, body composition and weight management

Following screening for chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes, an exercise, lifestyle and nutrition programme can be formulated to the client's needs.

Getting treatment

The London Sports Injury Clinic welcomes both privately insured patients and those who wish to self fund their treatment. It is usually possible to get an appointment with a consultant within 24 hours of requesting one, and in some cases it is even possible to see someone the same day. 


  • Care Quality Commission