Leo Chiu

Leo qualified with a BSc (Hons) degree from Brunel University in 2003. Having worked for nearly 10 years in the NHS (the Royal Free and Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals) he worked closely alongside world renown Orthopaedic Consultants as well as Physios who worked as Extended Scope Practitioners. Having gained an MSc in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy (Merit) from Kings’ College in 2010, he went on to full time private practice at Pure Sports Medicine from 2012 to 2018. He is also the school physiotherapist at Harrow School working with elite academy players in sports including rugby, football, tennis, cricket and athletics.

He is a fully trained and practising acupuncturist since 2005. Furthermore he’s a member of the CSP, MACP and AACP. He’s also currently under the Strength and Conditioning Mentorship programme with Tom Crudgington, The Body Development Way in Bath.

His areas of specialist interest include knees, ankles, shoulders and low back and neck pain. He treats patients from all backgrounds, from ergonomics related musculoskeletal pains to sports injuries and post surgical procedures (elective and traumatic), acute or chronic. The most common sports people he sees are footballers, rugby players, tennis and runners.