Dr Courtney Kipps, Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine

Personal treatment philosophy:

"Sport and exercise Medicine is a fresh approach to looking at sports injuries. Fixing the immediate problem is important but just as important is determining the causal factors that led to the current problem. With this knowledge we can work together to try to prevent such problems in the future. Proactive sports medicine!"

Medical Qualifications

Dr Courtney Kipps graduated in medicine in Nottingham in 2000. After completing Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons he was awarded a Master of Science degree in Sports and Exercise in Medicine at Queen Mary, University of London, 2006. He is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and Surgeons, and the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine.

Medical Experience

Dr Kipps was awarded the Churchill Fellowship for Sport and Exercise Medicine in 2010. He went on to train in the Children's Hospital Boston of the Harvard and Stanford Universities in the USA, and the Sports Medicine and Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre Melbourne, Australia.

Dr Kipps specialises in running, cycling and triathlon injuries; rugby and football injuries; general sporting and musculoskeletal injuries; as well as medical problems in sports, exercise and rehabilitation.

He is currently available for private consultations at The Princess Grace Hospital, London.

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