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Sports Injury Clinic

Bromley Clinic at
Jon W Sports Injury

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. 

Our promise to you

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.

Treatments in Bromley

“Are you looking for Physiotherapy, Sports Physio, Sports Injury Treatment or Sports Massage in Bromley or Hayes, Kent?”

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Charterhouse Orpington 2
Warren Waiting Area

Bromley (Hayes) Clinic

The Bromley (Hayes) clinic is based in

The Warren, Metropolitan Police Sports Club Hayes Ltd, Croydon Road,
Hayes,
BR2 7AL (A232)

 

On arrival:

Drive/ walk past the main car park which will be on the left.
Follow the road to the left (the main building will be on the right).
Continue passing tennis courts on the left. The road will lead into a small car park.
Park here and then you can enter the building next to the car park (The Hobbit Building).
Enter through the double doors and you are in our waiting area.
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, Sports Physios and Sports Injury Therapists at our Orpington Clinics

Danny Orpington

Sports Injury Therapist (Orpington Clinic)

Danny Vincent

Danny graduated from St Mary’s University in 2019, in Sport Rehabilitation. Gaining huge amounts of knowledge in injury assessments, sports massage and functional rehabilitation exercises.

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He also has a keen interest in football,
previously playing to a high level, utilising this passion to previously working with
Charlton Athletic & Bromley FC.
Danny’s experience of previously playing high level football, means he
understands the importance to perform and exercise without complications.
Combining his qualification as a FA Level 2 football coach and a BASRaT
registered Sport Rehabilitator.

Sean - Sports Injury Therapist - Orpington

Senior Therapist and Clinic Manager (Charterhouse Clinic)

Sean Wickenden

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.

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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 also undertaking a masters degree in Physiotherapy.

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

Harry

Sports Injury Therapist

Harry Driscoll

Harry is a Sports Injury Therapist who joined the team in 2020. Harry graduate from St Marys, University of Surrey in 2018.

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Harry works in the clinic alongside his role with Vita Health where he has extensive experience working with both NHS and private patients. As a result Harry works with all ages and abilities and has fantastic clinical skills as well as a very popular personality.

Harry has also worked in football at Chertsey Town FC. Like Sean, he also was a Physio at Wembley in the FA Vase final. However, unlike San he picked up a winners medal!