Hip and Groin Clinic
The Hip and Groin Clinic
Our clinicians understand that hip and groin pain can be distressing and can get in the way of every day life and the sport that you enjoy playing. We deliver bespoke and individualised care designed to help you achieve your goals.
The CHHP Hip and Groin Clinic uses a logical approach to diagnose, treat and enable self management strategies for a number of hip, groin and lower abdominal injuries.
Clinical lead practitioners are physiotherapists, James Moore, Paulina Kloskowska, Grace Keene and Emma-Jane Harding, who are supported by physiotherapists, David Bartlett & Tom Jackson.
If you wish to find out more or to book an appointment, please contact us on 020 7637 7677 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you are a high performance athlete, a weekend warrior or a non-sporty individual we can evaluate your hip and groin problem and give you the advice and help with decision making that you need. Our team are skilled in providing conservative or non-surgical management options to treat the hip and groin. We also provide optimisation programs for those preparing for hip and groin surgery and rehabilitation services for post-operative hip, groin and lower abdominal problems.
Our team have a unique assessment and monitoring system for evaluating hip, groin and lower abdominal injuries. We provide written reports for each patient that records and details their problem areas. We also offer a second opinion service for those patients who are not progressing as expected with their rehabilitation.
Our team has experience in managing different types of problems around the hip and groin and lower abdomen, for example: sportsman’s groin, mild dysplasia (shallow hip socket), femoro-acetabular impingement (FAI), labral tears, osteoarthritis, gluteal tendinopathy, snapping hip and ishio-femoral impingement. Additionally we treat adductor tendinopathy, muscle tears, osteitis pubis or overload at the pubic bone or pubic symphysis.