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Being physically active is critical for good health. 

At ICSEMC we aim to support people being physically active by assessing, diagnosing and treating a range of sports related injuries and musculoskeletal conditions. We also assess and care for people with Sports-Related Concussion (SRC), and other conditions related to physical activity such as Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S).

Our service is led by a Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine and supported by 4 Specialist Registrars, a GP, and one of our lead sports physiotherapists. We provide a rapid one-stop service for a range of sports related injuries and musculoskeletal conditions allowing you to keep physically active as soon as possible.  

Our clinics

Our Soft tissue, injuries and musculoskeletal (STIM) clinics run weekly clinics on Tuesday (8am-12pm) and Friday (9am-12pm) at Charing Cross Hospital. 

Conditions treated

Ankle sprains, Knee joint injuries, Hamstring, Calf and Thigh strains, Tennis and Golfer's elbow, Shoulder pain related to impingement and muscle tears, Stress Fractures, Tendinopathies, Sports Related Concussion, and RED-S. 

*We do not accept any self-referrals.

Treatments offered

Our initial assessment includes a clinical assessment with the possibility of using point of care diagnostic ultrasound and referral on for investigations in the form of blood tests, X-Ray, CT or MRI - where appropriate - to clarify the diagnosis.

Our holistic approach includes advice, initial rehabilitation exercises, exercise prescription and if required an in-clinic ultrasound-guided injection as well as onward referral to another specialty. 


Please complete our referral form

Patient feedback

If you have recently attended our Soft Tissue Injury (STIM) clinic, please complete our feedback questionnaire.


We will be running a Climbing Injuries Cohort Study.

Education and training

We are keen to provide a supportive learning environment to Imperial College London Medical students. Given our close links with Orthopaedics, Podiatry and Radiology, there are opportunities to learn from a truly multi-disciplinary team.

Please email Dr. Jonathan Korgaonkar ( if you would like further information.