Dr Leon Creaney

Sports & Exercise Medicine (consultant)


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About me

Dr Creaney qualified from Sheffield in 2001.

He has worked as a Consultant since 2009.

He originally trained in musculoskeletal and sports medicine in London at various hospitals. These included the Royal London Hospital, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and the Olympic Medical Institute in Northwick Park. He has also worked at the military hospital DMRC Headley Court and Aldershot base where he rehabilitated injured soldiers. Dr Creaney also works in Sports Medicine with British Athletics and recently volunteered for the Olympic games where he worked as a doctor at the Olympic Stadium. He currently works for the British Paralympic Athletics Team

Dr Creaney specialises in the non-surgical treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, and works closely with surgeons to help patients decide when an operation is needed. He is currently the clinical lead for MSK in London and the North.

Areas of interest

Slipped Disc; Upper limb disorders; Orthopaedics; Back pain; Lower limb disorders; Sports injuries; Epidural; Joint injection; Shoulder pain; Ankle pain; Anterior knee pain; Buttock pain; Elbow pain; Epidural injections; Foot pain; Football injuries; Frozen shoulder; Groin disorders; Knee pain; Sciatica; Musculoskeletal medicine; Neck pain; Ultrasound; Hip disorders; Shin splints; Leg pain; Overuse injuries; Rugby injuries; Running injuries; Slipped disc; Stress fractures; Tendon; Tendonitis; Tendonopathy; Tennis elbow; Thigh disorders; Wrist pain; Spinal injections; Stitch; Hip injection: physiotherapy

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