I am passionate about running & love working with runners at all levels to help them get back to running injury free.

Mission Statement

Scott is a passionate runner with a 2:37 marathon PB and understands the importance of running to your physical health and well-being. He strives to provide you with the best running specific physio in London.



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London, UK



MSc (module) Musculoskeletal Injection Therapy
University of Hertfordhire June 2016
MSc (module) Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Management of the Foot & Ankle
London Southbank University September 2015
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
University of East London June 2005
Sport & Exercise Science
Nottingham Trent University June 2002
  • Physiotherapy
  • Running injuries
  • Running


8 min read - Scott Newton

Overtrained or underprepared: Could load monitoring help you hit...

I’ve had a very personal interest in looking at injury prevention strategies in runners after my own sacral stress fracture in April this year. My own injury happened without any obvious warning signs. There were no significant spikes in my training, no persistent niggles, there hadn’t been any change in my health – other than being sleep deprived by my then 2-month-old daughter, Emmie. You might want to read my previous blog on this here.
The experience highlighted to me the potential v

8 min read - Scott Newton

What I learned from my stress fracture

Like most distance runners, ‘this year’ was going to be the year that I’d continue to chip off a couple of minutes of my marathon time and maybe I’d break into 2:35. Unfortunately, however, I found myself in less than ideal circumstances – albeit in good company, with the likes of Derek Hawkins.The year got off to a great start with the birth of my daughter, Emmie, in early February. After a couple of weeks off running, I made the effort to get back into the regular base running patter