Sports Injury Clinic

Jon W Sports Injury

Physiotherapy. Sports Injury. Sports Massage. Injury Prevention

“Are you looking for Physiotherapy, Sports Injury, Sports Physio Treatment or Sports Massage in Biggin Hill, Kent

If so we are here to help. We have a clinic just outside of Biggin Hill at The Warren Metropolitan, Keston. Watch the video to understand more.

At Jon W Sports Injury we take pride in providing you with individual treatment for your specific issue or need and providing you with a personalised rehabilitation program. We would love to help you remove pain and improve mobility to allow a return to the things you love to do. 


At Jon W Sports Injury you will:

Be treated an as individual, with personal symptoms and reasons for wanting to be pain-free

Have a deep investigation to find the problem and importantly the cause.

Be provided manual soft tissue therapy to correct your pain or restrictions.

Be provided an individual rehabilitation program, composed of pictures and videos with exercises for you.

Bromley (Hayes)

The Bromley (Hayes) clinic is based in The Warren, Metropolitan Police Sports Club Hayes Ltd, Croydon Road, Hayes, BR2 7AL (A232).


On arrival:

  1. Drive/ walk past the main car park which will be on the left.
  2. Follow the road to the left (the main building will be on the right).
  3. Continue passing tennis courts on the left. The road will lead into a small car park.
  4. Park here and then you can enter the building next to the car park (The Hobbit Building).
  5. Enter through the double doors and you are in our waiting area.
  6. Please take a seat and your Therapist will be with you at your appointment time.

Bus travel – Route 246 runs to within a 5 minute walk of the clinic. Other routes run close to the clinic. Routes 119 (From Bromley & Croydon), 138 (From Bromley) and 314 (From Bromley &b Addington) go to Coney Hall. From there you can walk to the Warren in approximately 10 minutes or catch a 246 (2 stops).

Rail travel.The nearest station is Hayes, which is approximately 15 – 20 minutes walk away. You can also catch a 119, 138, 246 or 314 from Hayes Station.

Meet The Team

Meet The Team Of Physios and Sports Injury Therapists at our Bromley Clinic

Sean Wickenden

Sean Wickenden

Senior Therapist/Clinic Manager (Bromley Clinic)

Sean is our Senior Therapist. Sean is also the Head Therapist for Bromley FC and Bromley FC Academy and as a result brings a wealth of experience.

Sean is incredibly passionate about providing a personalised service with current methods.

Sean has a degree in Sports Therapy for the University of Chichester.

Sean is an affiliated member of the football medical association (FMA)

Steph Apps

Steph Apps

Sports Injury Therapist (Bromley)

Steph is a Sports Injury Therapist. Steph graduated in Sports Therapy from the University of Chichester in 2016.

Steph also works in Football as the Head Sports Injury Therapist at semi-professional side Horsham FC. Steph has extensive experience analysing a wide array of injuries and providing necessary treatment measures.

Steph has a fantastic rapport and personality that allows her to be a very popular member of the team for our clients.

This is the 1st time we have used the clinic in Hayes, we have used the Orpington one many times as it’s nearer for us. Jack was excellent, he diagnosed the problem and gave a good recovery plan for Alfred. Jon W Sports is without a doubt the best, and we are happy to see any of the team, at any of the venues.

Claire Evans

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Our Services

During an appointment, we will identify the injury and the cause and provide the necessary treatment along with a sport specific rehabilitation program to fully rehabilitate the injury.

We believe in providing the best treatment sessions at the most competitive prices.

Foot Assessment

We complete a foot assessment and analyse the biomechanics. We can also supply corrective orthotics if we believe suitable.

Kinesiology Taping

The KT will assist with the body’s natural healing process by lifting the skin. This allows the drainage of inflammation to occur at an increased rate.


Jon W Sports Injury uses the latest rehabilitation equipment including therabands, weights, wobble cushions, and gym balls.

Sports Massage

Sports massage can be used before or after competition with different purposes. The appropriate technique can have either a stimulating or relaxing effect on muscle tissue.

Trigger Point Therapy

Trigger point therapy is a hands-on technique that involves applying pressure to a tender area of muscle or a ‘trigger point’.

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