Chief Clinical Officer & Consultant Physiotherapist, Pure Sports Medicine
Claire Small is the Co-Founder and Chief Clinical Officer of Pure Sports Medicine, a group of 7 multi-disciplinary clinics in London dealing with sports and musculoskeletal conditions. Founded in 2003, the organisation has grown from 2 clinicians to 150, all focussed on providing the general public with “best in field” care, using the same model that operates in elite sport. A Physiotherapist by background, Claire still maintains a clinical list at her clinic in Kensington while lecturing and examining on several post graduate medical and physiotherapy courses. She is the co-author of the textbook “Managing the Injured Athlete” and has published papers on hip and groin dysfunction. She chairs the Quality Committee for the Independant Physiotherapy Trade Body - Musculoskeletal Partners Network, with a primary focus on creating a unified system for the collection of Quality Metrics and Outcome Data. She is a member of the Faculty for the Emerging Leaders programme run by BASEM and the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) and also sits on the Board of the Australia-UK Chamber of Commerce.
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