CHHP London began as a new concept in fully integrated specialist services directly accessible to anyone in 2007. Following a major expansion in 2013, CHHP was established as a leading specialist centre in Health and Human Performance helping you get more out of your life for longer.

All under one roof, our centre combines the very latest in Specialist Medicine, Human Performance, Sport and Exercise Medicine, Nutrition, Physiotherapy and Sport Science.

Unlike many practices, we not only work as individuals in our fields of expertise, but we combine our knowledge, working together as a ‘multi-disciplinary team’.

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Telephone: 020 7637 7677

Fax: 020 7631 4476


Centre for Health & Human Performance
76 Harley Street


Clinic opening hours

8am – 7pm
8am – 7pm
9am – 6pm
8am – 6pm
8am – 6pm

Gym opening hours

The gym is open from 6.30am to 8pm, Monday to Friday.

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Our Services

Our centre combines the very latest in Specialist Medicine, Human Performance, Sport and Exercise Medicine, Nutrition, Physiotherapy and Sport Science.

Comprehensive Heart and Lung Stress Test (CPET)

Comprehensive Heart and Lung Stress Test (CPET)

A test designed to gather information on how the heart and lungs perform during a period of exercise/stress taken to maximum exertion in a clinically controlled environment.

Physiology & expert led fitness training

Physiology & expert led fitness training

All of our sessions are focused on training with an awareness of injury prevention, medical history & performance and health goals.

Sports Performance Services

Sports Performance Services

We offer a full range of comprehensive physical and mental performance orientated services. Whether sport is your profession, your passion or you are just starting out.

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Keep up-to-date with CHHP

Happy birthday to our awesome physio James Vickers. A true legend and master of lower limb injuries and tough rehab, James will get you fitter and stronger in no time.

Enjoy your day @viche3 we salute you! 🥳❤️

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Grateful that in the coming months we will be able to support many more of you with face to face treatment ❤️ ...

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Thankyou ♥️ we like them too 😉 ...

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“Love yourself enough to live a healthy lifestyle.” Jules Robson ❤️


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Happiest of birthdays to our cycling performance guru @dan_guillemette . Hoping a late 2021 birthday celebration is in order 🚴‍♂️🚴‍♀️🥳. ...

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A reminder that every step counts.

Be kind always ❤️


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Theory says by now a large percentage of you have given up on your New Year's resolutions can be tough staying healthy at home, especially with the continued lockdown and uncertainty.⁠

We'll soon be sending out more information on how to stay healthy during this time including advice on nutrition, movement, low back pain and sleep. ⁠

Today our lovely friends over @munchfituk have a special treat for you. Use the code RIGHTFOOD which will take 10% off the price of any subscription ordered before midnight this Sunday. ⁠

We thought this will make a good treat to help keep your nutrition on track, stop those mindless visits to the fridge and discover the joys of fresh, healthy gourmet eating delivered to your door!⁠

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Exercise is good for you. We all know this. It benefits both your physical and mental health. But what if you have had breast cancer?

There is emerging evidence suggesting that regular exercise can reduce cancer recurrence and improves outcome post treatment.

Cancer treatment can be challenging and with it carries wide ranging side effects. These may include functional issues post surgery, to fatigue around chemotherapy to changes in body composition with endocrine treatment. Exercise can help with all of these and if you want to learn more, then this is the podcast episode for you.

Thank you Dr Tasha @drtashag for inviting Tom Cowan, one of our exercise physiologists who works closely with those affected by cancer to discuss this important topic with you. Tom’s work has been recognised by Public Health England and the Faculty for Sport and Exercise Medicine UK, who selected him to become a member of their Cancer and Exercise expert panel.

Tom prescribes specific exercises tailored to the individual and understands the challenges faced by patients, either during or after treatment.

Topics covered include:

✨How to beat fatigue (a common side effect of treatment)
✨How moderate exercise can boost our immune system
✨What moderate intensity exercise looks like and what tools we can use to determine what this would be for individuals
✨The various exercises we can do before – during – and after treatment
✨Why we tend to focus on cardiovascular exercises and neglect the other important piece of the jigsaw which is strength training
✨The importance of bone health and exercises we can do to improve this
✨Exercises that can help with lymphoedema
In this podcast, Tom shares tips and tricks of what you can do to to incorporate exercise into your daily life.

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