Dr Laurence Heslop: Sports & Exercise Medicine (consultant)
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Dr Laurence Heslop

Sports & Exercise Medicine (consultant)

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About me

Dr Laurence Heslop trained in Surgery and Emergency Medicine prior to his specialist training in Sport and Exercise Medicine. During his specialist training he worked as an expedition and remote medicine doctor providing medical support fund raising charities and the British Army.
He has provided medical cover to Formula One, World Touring cars, the London Marathon as well as Football, Basketball, Triathlon and disability Sport. Dr Laurence Heslop is the co-founder of sports injury software used by over 60 clubs in 15 countries and has worked with the Brazil National Football team, Premier League champions, collaborated with the UEFA Champions League and the FA. He continues his charitable work providing his medical software free of charge to grass-roots football in Africa.

Areas of interest

Bupa Senior Regional Lead MSK Physician; Sports Injuries; tendon, muscle and joint injuries; Achilles tendon; Overuse injuries; Contact injuries; Running injuries; Stress fractures; Tendon; Sports Trauma; Tendonitis; Tendonopathy; Tennis elbow; Shin splints; Hip disorders; Musculoskeletal medicine; Soft tissue injections; Musculoskeletal ultrasound; Muscle, joint or ligament pain; Ankle pain; Elbow pain; Football injuries; Groin disorders; Knee pain; Joint injection; Orthopaedics; Back pain

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  • AA751

    Follow up MSK physician session - (5-50)

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