Jon W Sports Injury
Physiotherapy. Sports Injury. Sports Massage. Injury Prevention
“Are you looking for Physiotherapy, Sports Physio, Sports Injury Treatment or Sports Massage in Orpington”
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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.
Our PROMISE TO YOU
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.
Orpington (Charterhouse) Clinic
The Orpington (Charterhouse) clinic is based at 140 Charterhouse Road, Orpington.
- Walk down the side of the house. You will see an intercom on the side gate.
- Please press the intercom button and your Therapist will come and greet you.
Bus travel – Route R7 from Orpington runs along Charterhouse Road.
Rail travel – The nearest train stations are Chelsfield (10 minute walk) and Orpington (25 minute walk).
Orpington (Westcombe) Clinic
The Orpington (Westcombe) clinic is based in
Westcombe Park Rugby Club,
376 Court Rd,
1. From the Car Park, enter the double doors for the Tiger Pit Crossfit gym.
2. On entrance you will see the gym on the right hand side. Walk past this and turn right into the corridor.
3. Jon W Sports Injury is the door on the right hand side.
4. Please come in and take a seat in the waiting area. Your Therapist will be with you at your appointment time.
Meet The Team
Meet The Team Of Physios, Sports Physios and Sports Injury Therapists at our Orpington Clinics
Head Therapist (Charterhouse Clinic)
Jon is our Head Therapist. He has ten years’ experience working in the Sports Injury Industry. Jon has worked in both professional and semi-professional football as well as played semi-professional football with Holmesdale FC.
Jon has degrees in Sports and Exercise Science and Sports Rehabilitation from the University of Exeter and Surrey respectively.
Jon takes great passion in not only diagnosing and treating injuries but designing sport specific rehabilitation program to ensure a smooth return to sport.
Jon is also a FA Level 2 Football coach and has considerable experience working with professional Academies.
Senior Therapist and Clinic Manager (Charterhouse 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)
Sports Injury Therapist (Charterhouse Clinic)
Steve completed an under graduate degree in Sports and Exercise Science at Portsmouth University, followed by a Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Essex.
Steve currently works as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in the NHS, treating individuals with a wide range of conditions.
Steve’s interest in sport and associated injuries has originated from his involvement in sport from a young age, competing at a national level in springboard diving.
Steve is particularly focused on individualised and holistic treatment for all patients.
Sports Injury Therapist (Charterhouse Clinic)
Callum is a highly experienced clinical Sports Therapist.
Alongside his role at Jon W Sports Injury, he also is a Manual Therapist at Better Balance clinic and is the Sports Therapist for Hammersmith and Fulham RFC.
Callum completed his degree in Sports Therapy at the University of Central Lancashire.
Callum has played football for Blackpool FC Youth as well as Rugby League at County Level.
Callum has a real passion for ‘hands on’ therapy working with al injuries.
Sports Injury Therapist and Clinic Manager (Westcombe Clinic)
Cameron is a graduate Sports Therapist with a first class degree from the University of Kent. Alongside his clinical role at Jon W Sports Injury, Cameron is also the Head Therapist at Westcombe Park RFC.
In addition, he has worked in semi-professional football resulting in experience of rehabilitating a wide range of injuries from different sports. Cameron has represented the Great Britain Fencing team at international events. This has helped his understanding of elite sport and its demands
Very professional session with the physiotherapist for my fractured ankle. I found the physio very helpful, considerate of my injury and gained great comfort from the session. I felt well informed regarding exercises to be undertaken to aid my recovery. I particularly liked the email confirmations sent with the exercise plan, as well as the reminder emails etc on the appointments I have made. Thank you.
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.
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