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Andrew Goodall

Physiotherapist and Clinical Manager 

Andrew has worked as physiotherapist for more than 12 years and has been focussed on Musculoskeletal disorders for the last 9 years. He has developed an interest in knee injuries and specifically ACL rehabilitation and improving outcomes in those that opt for surgical or conservative management. Andrew initially graduated the University of Essex with a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science before completing an MSc in Physiotherapy and beginning work in the NHS. Since graduating Andrew has worked in the NHS, sport and private MSK which is where he now manages a busy London based clinic alongside his clinical diary.

Over the last year Andrew has sought out more opportunities to teach specifically on knee injuries and managing ACL injuries and has been involved in Therapy Expo, the Surrey knee symposium and has hosted a number of webinars for Ossur alongside esteemed colleagues.

Andrew rehabilitates anything between 25-35 ACL patients a year with a mix of elite to recreational athletes. These include conservatively managed isolated ACL injuries to patients who have suffered complex multi-ligament injuries and had reconstruction surgery. Andrew believes firmly in criteria led rehabilitation and embrace testing protocols for physical and psychological components of the patient journey.

James Phillips

Strength and Conditioning coach 

James graduated from Loughborough University with a BSc in Sport Science & Maths.  Alongside his academic course James competed for club & county at 800m and continued his passion for performance training into his Strength and Conditioning career. Following his graduation, he started his Strength and Conditioning career working in different sporting environments including Saracens Rugby Club and the English Institute of Sport.  He subsequently gained his MSc in Strength and Conditioning at Middlesex University which lead to training the British Fencing Team towards the World Championships and Rio Olympics as an S&C coach.  

Since then he has focussed his attention towards end stage rehabilitation at Pure Sports Medicine working in London.  Andrew and James have worked closely for the last 5 years with a growing passion for rehabilitation of ACL injuries.  James is awaiting a recent publication researching outcomes within ACL injury alongside Andrew and rehabilitates a cohort of patients ranging from the conservative recreational athlete to the complex multi-ligament injury, with a major focus towards returning to performance & sporting activities.

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