Dr Richard Seah

Dr Rick Seah

Sports & Exercise Medicine (consultant)


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Rick graduated in medicine from Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals Medical School, King's College London in 1999.

He subsequently obtained both his master's degree in SEM (with distinction) from University College London and FSEM intercollegiate faculty diploma in 2005.

Prior to medical school, Rick completed his early education in Singapore and subsequently studied at Marlborough College in England.

He has trained in various NHS teaching hospitals within the UK. Senior house officer postings include the Oxford John Radcliffe, Hammersmith, Northwick Park and Central Middlesex Hospitals.

He was an honorary SEM research fellow at the Olympic Medical Institute and University of Southampton in 2005, carrying out clinical research to determine levels of endogenous hGH-markers in injured athletes.

Rick is an accredited specialist in SEM, having completed the London Deanery 4-year ‘run-through’ higher specialty training rotation and working an extra year as a senior registrar.

His specialty registrar postings include the Royal London, Whittington, University College, Homerton, St Mary’s and Charing Cross Hospitals; Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore and the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre at Headley Court.

He is listed on the General Medical Council's specialist register and is a Fellow of the Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine, RCP & RCSEd.

Areas of interest

Musculoskeletal medicine; Sports injuries; Pain management; Shoulder & Elbow pain; Hip pain; Knee pain; Neck & Back pain; Leg pain; Foot & Ankle pain; Overuse injuries; Tendinopathy; Overtraining Syndrome; Injection Therapies; Orthobiologics & PRP; ESWT (Shockwave); Compartment Pressure Testing; Acupuncture & Dryneedling; Diagnostic Ultrasound.

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