Dr Leon Creaney

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Sport and Exercise Medicine Consultant

I specialise in sport and exercise medicine (SEM) with a sub-speciality interest in musculoskeletal medicine. I qualified from the University of Sheffield in 2001 and became a consultant on the GMC specialist register in 2009. I have held NHS consultant posts in Sheffield, Manchester, Warrington and University Hospital Birmingham.

Since qualifying as a consultant 10 years ago, I have worked in elite sport for British Athletics as a team doctor every year and have also developed an interest in football medicine, having run a football medicine clinic for Spire Perform at Spire Manchester and St.George’s Park where I took the role of clinical governance lead. I continue to provide match day support for Shrewsbury Town F.C.

I have a particular interest in lower back pain, sports injuries and performance medicine. For the last 10 years I have been treating 2,000 private patients per year with musculoskeletal pain and injuries from head to toe (neck, shoulder, back, hip and groin, thigh, knee, leg, foot and ankle).

Specialises in

  • Sport and exercise medicine 
  • Musculoskeletal medicine 
  • Sports injuries 
  • Performance medicine 
  • Lower back pain

Clinic Times

Thursday 8am - 10am
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An initial consultation with Dr Creaney is from £250

Treatments

Training and registration

I trained in SEM in London at the Olympic Medical Institute, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Stanmore), The Royal London Hospital and DMRC Headley Court.

Qualifications: BMedSci, MBChB, MRCP, FFSEM

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