Mr Adam Goode, Physiotherapist

Mr Adam Goode MSc, BSc

Physiotherapist

MSc, BSc

Areas of expertise

  • Shoulder rehabilitation
  • Hip rehabilitation
  • Sporting knee
  • Upper limb rehabilitation
  • Sports injuries

Recommendations for Mr Goode

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Recommended by:

  • byMr Adil Ajuied, Knee Surgeon

    I have worked with Adam for in excess of 8 years. He is an excellent specialist MSK physio, and has treated very many of my patients. I have only ever had extremely positive feedback from patients treated by him. Highly recommended!

  • byDr Brad Neal, Physiotherapist

    Mr Adam Goode is particularly good with rehabilitation of the athletic shoulder, returning to overhead lifting, returning to throwing and unstable shoulder patients.

  • byMr Ali Noorani, Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon

    Mr Adam Goode is one of the best Physio’s I know. Works his magic on some difficult msk pathology.

  • by Mr Livio Di Mascio, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Adam provides an excellent level of care. His knowledge and expertise as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist has been extremely valuable in achieving optimal outcomes in our patients that we have treated both operatively and non operatively.

  • by Dr Jon Houghton, Rheumatologist

    Adam is a vastly experienced physiotherapist with a wide skill base for treating sports injuries. He has particular expertise in return to sport end stage rehab advice and an excellent Strength and conditioning knowledge.

  • by Mr Marcus Bankes, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Mr Adam Goode is a highly skilled and experienced physiotherapist; he has looked after many of my patients before and after surgery enabling them to achieve their full potential.

  • by Dr Stephen Motto, Sport & Exercise Medicine Specialist

    Mr Adam Goode has been very helpful in resolving a variety of musculoskeletal issues with my patients. They also think highly of him, and we are very grateful.

  • byMr Adil Ajuied, Knee Surgeon

    I have worked with Adam for in excess of 8 years. He is an excellent specialist MSK physio, and has treated very many of my patients. I have only ever had extremely positive feedback from patients treated by him. Highly recommended!

  • byMr Ali Noorani, Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon

    Mr Adam Goode is one of the best Physio’s I know. Works his magic on some difficult msk pathology.

  • by Mr Livio Di Mascio, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Adam provides an excellent level of care. His knowledge and expertise as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist has been extremely valuable in achieving optimal outcomes in our patients that we have treated both operatively and non operatively.

  • by Dr Jon Houghton, Rheumatologist

    Adam is a vastly experienced physiotherapist with a wide skill base for treating sports injuries. He has particular expertise in return to sport end stage rehab advice and an excellent Strength and conditioning knowledge.

  • by Mr Marcus Bankes, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Mr Adam Goode is a highly skilled and experienced physiotherapist; he has looked after many of my patients before and after surgery enabling them to achieve their full potential.

  • by Dr Stephen Motto, Sport & Exercise Medicine Specialist

    Mr Adam Goode has been very helpful in resolving a variety of musculoskeletal issues with my patients. They also think highly of him, and we are very grateful.

  • byDr Brad Neal, Physiotherapist

    Mr Adam Goode is particularly good with rehabilitation of the athletic shoulder, returning to overhead lifting, returning to throwing and unstable shoulder patients.

  • Address

  • Pure Sports Medicine, Canary Wharf E14

    Level 2, Cabot Place West, Canary Wharf, London, GB, E14 4QT

  • About Mr Adam Goode

    HCPC number: PH80220

    Adam is currently working as a Group Clinical Manager and Physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine, Canary Wharf in London. His areas of clinical interests include shoulder, knee, upper limb, hips and neck. His sporting interests are football, golf, rugby, swimming, weight training, cricket, crossfit and gym injuries.

    Adam worked at Royal London & Mile End Hospitals and multiple other NHS facilities before joining Pure Sports Medicine London. He has also been involved in professional football, semi-professional rugby, national cricket and golf coaching and tuition.

    Areas of expertise

    • Shoulder rehabilitation
    • Hip rehabilitation
    • Sporting knee
    • Upper limb rehabilitation
    • Sports injuries
    • Musculoskeletal physiotherapy
    • Pre and post surgical rehabilitation

    Frequently asked questions

  • What are the common symptoms that your patients tend to present with?

    The common patient cohort I treat currently present with shoulder and hip conditions. Often, they will be either direct consultant referrals and/or word of mouth referrals.

    They will present most of the time with a traumatic injury due to mostly sports participation, like rugby and overhead sports. They will present with acute pain onset and diagnostics of those will depend on the clinical picture that they present with, their subjective history and the link to a comprehensive objective assessment that would then allow me to subsequently set up a working diagnosis and/or hypothesis from which we can then outline a period of treatment that would hopefully return them to their chosen sport and/or activity of choice

    The second subset are those presenting with hip, knee and shoulder condition in people who have progressive onset of worsening pain. The majority will come in because of a consultant referral and/or past patients and word of mouth referrals. Those will be patients who present with gradual and insidious onset of pain, something that's been niggling for quite some time, but has now started to limit them in their chosen activity.

    A lot of patients present with tendinopathy which is a gradual onset of aggravation in and around a tendon. That's to do with people's function in day to day activity, but also in sporting activity. We just work on providing them with a bit more understanding of the pathology, so that we can then engage then in a broad, comprehensive rehabilitation program which would then look to address their deficiencies, but also load the problematic tissue in a progressive manner that gets them – most of the time – back to what they want to do, but also future-proof them for any other sporting participation with the injury in mind.

  • What are the treatments that you're able to offer your patients?

    Diagnostics-wise, physios within Pure Sports Medicine are make a subjective assessment based on the history and an objective assessment. Diagnostics-wise, we'll be linking with our sports doctors who will perform ultrasound scans, MRIs, etc. My diagnosis is largely the assessment itself. In terms of the treatment, it's often a combined approach. I'm acupuncture trained and/or stroke dry needling trained. I offer manual therapy which would include soft tissue release, manipulation and mobilisation of joints. Taping is a further adjunct that I would utilise and combine it with more strength-based progressions in their activities.

  • What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?

    Shoulders and hips are the areas of my focus. The subspecialties are largely to do with the types of sports that I get the majority of my patients from. I have a large football-based ACL cohort. The hip injuries and back injuries that I see are linked to golf and my special interest in golf. The shoulder injuries are linked to rugby, weight training and crossfit.

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