Mark Leyland

Chartered Physiotherapist
If you have pain in more than one location or have a recurring injury, Mark’s ability to quickly correct the cause of the pain an enable you to return to your chosen sport or activity is what you need. Here is one of the many five-star google reviews his previous patients have given him:
‘I came to the clinic with a suspected calf tear, about 6 weeks before the 2018 London Marathon. I saw Mark and was amazed how quickly he zeroed in on the exact issue and worked out a course of action to mobilise my ankle – the underlying cause of the trouble I had been having. The exercises and coaching tips he gave me were entirely responsible for me arriving on the start line of the marathon as planned and completing the course. I recommend Mark and the clinic 100% and have referred a number of friends, who have had similarly positive experiences too.’
Before becoming a Physiotherapist Mark’s background was in sports science and strength and conditioning. He then went on to work in the NHS an private practice as well as for many sports teams, including Chelsea Football Club.

In 2010 Mark undertook a training mentorship in the USA with the prestigious Gray Institute. This provided in-depth training on functional biomechanics and treatment strategies. Mark then went on to teach physiotherapists, osteopaths and other health professionals around the world in functional movement, treatment, and rehabilitation. 

Marks passion lies in the detailed understanding of movement to enable patients to back to pain-free activity as soon as possible. He is committed to treating everyone is an individual and applies his detailed analysis to each patient he sees accordingly. This creates a very personalized treatment and rehabilitation program specific to the individual’s needs.

Mark has worked with many athletes from a variety of different sports including Rugby, Cricket, Ice hockey, BMX, Netball as well as treating many stunt performers.

Mark loves to spend time with his wife, two amazing children, and dog doing activities such as paddle boarding, mountain biking and walking. Mark’s hobbies include playing guitar, basketball, golf, riding all bikes and reading about astrophysics.

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