Mr Theo Farley, Physiotherapist

Mr Theo Farley MSc, BSc


MSc, BSc
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Areas of expertise

  • Running injuries
  • Shoulder
  • Hips and groin
  • Neck
  • Concussion
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  • Telephone or video consultation

    Available for patients, please call to arrange, SW7 4XR

  • Pure Sports Medicine, Kensington SW7

    Point West Building, 116 Cromwell Road, London, SW7 4XR

About Mr Theo Farley

HCPC number: PH79060

Year qualified: 2006

Place of primary qualification: St George's, University of London

Theo currently works at Pure Sports Medicine, Kensington. Alongside his work at Pure Sports Medicine, Theo works with the English Institute of Sport who are responsible for the sports science and medicine for team GB. He also works as a lecturer at University College London and conducts research in the area of concussion.

Theo’s specialities include concussion, spinal injuries and dysfunction as well as lower limb sporting injuries both traumatic and gradual onset.

Theo has undertaken two Masters degrees in Sports Medicine and Advanced Physiotherapy. He has experience of working in professional football at Arsenal, West Ham and Wycombe Wanderers as well as GB rowing, GB hockey and GB Canoe.

Areas of expertise

  • Running injuries
  • Shoulder
  • Hips and groin
  • Neck
  • Concussion
  • Injury prevention
  • Musculoskeletal disorders
  • Sports injuries
  • Sports medicine
  • Rehabilitation
  • Strength training
  • Manual therapy
  • Exercise prescription
  • Strength and conditioning
  • Spine
  • Musculoskeletal physiotherapy

Frequently asked questions

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

    Depending on the range of conditions that we see, the common symptoms that people will present with are generally things that prevent them from carrying out their activities of daily living, whether it be work-related symptoms of pain and stiffness through certain joints or limitations to their sporting or physical activity endeavours that prevent them from effectively carrying our their goals, their sporting or exercise goals.

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

    The treatments that I offer my patients include manual therapy, including soft tissue release and joint mobility. It also includes neuromobility work, exercise therapy, acupuncture and vestibular and oculomotor assessment and retraining.

  • What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?

    One of the areas that I do a lot of work in is around concussion. My work within concussion is multi-faceted. I currently undertake research in the area of concussion, as well as present across a range of conferences and so on. The work specifically involves narrowing down where the symptoms of concussion are coming from, where the symptoms of head injury are coming from, whether it be from the brain, from the oculomotor, vestibular or the cervical spine. Once the origin of symptoms is established, the next step is formulating a targeted treatment program for those individual areas.

    In terms of the other subspecialties that I work with, I see a lot of spinal conditions as well as foot and ankle conditions. My current and previous experience within sport and football have involved a lot of lower limb injuries, including the management of hip and groin.

  • Professional memberships

    The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
    Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapist (MACP)
    Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists

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