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Sports Injury Management

Important News


In the next few weeks Sutton Sports Injury and Physio Clinic will be changing its name to MSO Physio.

This is part of an overall re-branding and updating of the company and website but there will be no change to the team or to the great care that our clients have come to expect. In short, although the name is changing you can expect the same level of expertise, professionalism and client-focused care that we are proud to offer.

The reason for the change is to allow for expansion of the business to multiple locations over time and to bring the two current clinics in Sutton and Woking together under one name – MSO Physio.

There will be a brand new website – – with online booking capability and loads of information for clients and referrers alike.


Sutton Sports Injury and Physio Clinic is a specialist musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy clinic.  This means that all of our physios have  a special interest in and have attended post-graduate courses in the assessment and treatment of sports injuries. Each member of the team has interest in particular sports and between us we are confident that we can see any sporting injury.

With very strong links to sports medicine clinics in and around London, the team at Sutton Sports Injury and Physio Clinic are able to access the best diagnostic and treatment facilities to help you to overcome your problem.

The vast majority of the team’s experience is in the assessment, management and treatment of injuries in Tennis and other racket sports but we also have extensive experience with men and women involved in Rugby, Judo, Triathlon, Marathon, Athletics (sprint, long distance and field events), Martial Arts, Football, Fencing, Gymnastics and Dance.  These include professional sportspeople and national/international medal winners.

This important area of physiotherapy also covers the majority of injuries that we will pick up from time to time during our daily lives and you do not have to be a sportsperson to pick up a sports injury.

Sports physiotherapy requires a particular approach to ensure that the root cause of the problem is identified, as all too often only the symptoms are treated.  Therefore thorough examination underpinned by an expert understanding of anatomy, biomechanics, pathology, exercise physiology and human movement are the basis of the sports injury assessment.  The use of specific tools like the SFMA (Selective Functional Movement Assessment) and FMS (Functional Movement Screen) are also excellent tools to help the clinician to identify why a problem is occurring not when.

If you wish to book an appointment please call the clinic on 020 8254 2150/020 8644 6566 or email


Common sports injuries are:

Spinal: disc injuries, facet injuries, muscular strains, muscular tears, ligament injuries, sacro-iliac dysfunction, prolapsed discs, annular tears, pars defects, spondylolysthesis.

Abdomen: Muscular strains, muscular tears, abdominal diastasis, hernia repairs.

Shoulder: impingement syndrome, supraspinatus tendinopathy, subacromial bursitis, tendinitis, calcified tendinitis, bursitis, rotator cuff tears, slap lesions, labral tears, scapula dysfunction, frozen shoulder (adhesive capsulitis), bicipitial tendinitis, long head bicep tear.

Elbow: Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylosis), tennis elbow (lateral epicondylosis), little leaguer’s elbow, ulnar neuritis, ligament strains, muscular strains, biceps tears, distal biceps rupture.

Wrist and Hand: Tendinopathy, TFCC tears, carpal tunnel syndrome, ligament strains, muscular strains, smith’s fracture, Bennett’s fracture, finger fractures, thumb injuries.

Hip and Groin: Labral tears, femoro-acetabular impingement (FAI), hip impingement, gluteal tendinopathy, sacro-iliac joint dysfunction, sportsmen’s hernia’s, inguinal hernia repairs, adductor strains, adductor tendinopathy, groin pain, abdominal muscle strains, abdominal muscle tears, osteitis pubis, pubic symphisis dysfunction, osteo-chondral defects,

Thigh: Hamstring strains, hip flexor strains, quadriceps strains, compartment syndrome, adductor strains, ilio-tibial band injuries, runner’s knee, ITB friction syndrome, stress fracture.

Knee: ACL strain, MCL/LCL strain, PCL strain, meniscal irritation, hamstring strains, adductor strains, quadriceps strains, jumper’s knee (patella tendinopathy), runner’s knee (Ilio-tibial band friction syndrome), popliteal cysts, baker’s cyst, patella-femoral dysfunction, patella maltracking, chondromalacia patella, Osgood Schlatters Disease, Singund-larson-johansen syndrome, fat-pad impingement, postero-lateral corner injuries, tendinopathy, overuse injuries.

Leg: Medial tibial stress syndrome, shin splints, compartment syndrome, stress fracture, gastrocnemius strains, calf tears, achilles strains, achilles tendinopathy, achilles rupture, soleus strains.

Foot & Ankle: Ligament strains, ligament tears, muscular strains, muscular tears, tendon injuries, impingement syndrome, lateral impingement, posterior impingement, anterior impingement, osteochondral injuries, tibialis posterior injuries, tibialis posterior tendinopathy, heel pain, sinus tarsi syndrome, lisfranc injuries, morton’s neuroma, neuroma’s, stress fractures, avulsion fractures, medial arch pain, overpronation related foot pain, metatarsalgia, plantar fasciitis.