Anthony Adesanmi

Chartered Physiotherapist
BSc (Hons) MSCP HPCP

Anthony qualified as a physiotherapist in 2003 from the University of Southampton and then worked at St Thomas’ Hospital where he began establishing an excellent reputation with some of London’s leading consultants and physicians. He then went on to work in private practice, schools and sports clubs.

He has specialised in manual therapy, acupuncture, sports, lower limb and spinal rehabilitation. He aims to provide a service that is both personalised and informative ensuring timely and effective recovery from a range of physical problems. He is currently working towards a Masters qualification in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. 

Anthony has a long history dealing with neck and back issues from simple strains to more complex longer standing issues. In particular he looks towards long term solutions for ongoing problems through thoughtful advice, targeted hands on therapy and the development of an appropriate specific exercise program with preventative lifestyle habits. 

He is highly experienced in treating everyone from the weekend warrior to international level athletes in areas including running, rugby, hockey, netball, dance, waterpolo and skiing. This experience has included leading specialist services for Running bio mechanics and training providing movement assessment,  video analysis and bespoke prehabilitation reports.  His areas of interest extend to hip, knee and ankle injuries in the sporting population with a key emphasis on ensuring timely return to sport following injury and developing strategies to ensure minimal chance of reoccurring issues. 

Outside of work Anthony captains a local Sunday league football club, whilst running to keep himself fit as a fiddle! He enjoys watching the arts, music, theatre and spoken word.

Did you know…

* Anthony was airlifted out of the Inca trail by the Peruvian army having been caught out in a flash flood

* His middle name means ‘the crown has come home’

* He won awards including ‘best journey home’ having ended up in Southampton whilst trying to get to Croydon.

* Anthony is learning to speak Yoruba, an age old traditional West African dialect.

* Polystyrene is his Kryptonite

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