Our Mission Statement

To return the sports person back to his/her chosen sport in the safest and shortest possible time we can.

About Pulse Sports Therapy


Pulse Sports Therapy was set up in 1995 in order to provide people of all backgrounds and of all abilities a service to help recover from their injuries sustained in sport.

Since this time numerous recreational, amateur, professional and international sports people have been treated and returned to their chosen discipline, and whether it be rugby, orienteering, marathon running or football, Pulse has strived to offer unparalleled patient service for all those who attend their clinics.

Pulse at present have six clinics in and around London, the home counties and Scotland which serve both the individual and the team player. All of the clinics are designed with either clinical or rehabilitation needs in mind, and all of the clinics have an area dedicated to exercise.

Pulse are also pleased to be able to offer the opportunity to undertake full functional fitness training at our outdoor facilities, so that every aspect of injury management can be addressed.

We base our success on recommendation and believe that word of mouth is the best form of advertising and thus we have built up our clinics on the relationships we have formed over many years and generations of sports person, and the personal service that we provide.

Welcome to the Pulse Sports Therapy web site

The re-launched Pulse Twitter page is now active (@PulseTherapy).

We are currently looking to recruit a part time HCPC registered Physiotherapist to withstand the current patient case load in the West London area. Please go to the Jobs section for further information.

The newly expanded Pulse clinic and rehabilitation area in Brentford is now open! Go the the Clinics section for more information

Nutritional Therapist Mark Isaacs is now available for consultation at the Brentford clinic

Pulse Practice Principal Neil Mason has written an article on shin pads, recently published in FourFourTwo magazine. The article can be viewed in the Press Room


    Thanks guys, with out your help I don’t think I could of done it!–Yvette Baker, World Short Course Orienteering Gold Medallist

  • Thank you for getting me fit again, even though the exercise take me ages to do!Jenny Wilson - England Ladies Cricketer

  • Without you two patching me up week after week, I couldn’t of kept playing my football for as long as I have, thanks.–Malcolm Dickinson – Semi-Pro Footballer (38 yrs)

  • Many thanks for all your help and encouragement, I really appreciate all you have done for me.–Mark Gordon - GB Duathlon Competitor

  • Thank you for keeping both myself and my family up and running over the past 5 years and no doubt long into the future!–Bill Hart - Marathon Runner

  • Thanks for all you’ve done for Debbie and myself, we really appreciate all the support and encouragement.–Neal Coleman - International Canoeist

  • Thanks for all you’ve done, you’ve really helped keep my spirits up and have a positive outlook on the future.–Lucy Cope - GB Hockey

  • Without my regular check ups I don’t think I would be able to continue playing my sport as often as I do, thanks for everything.–Steve Simonis - Recreational Tennis