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Ken Kennedy

Ken Kennedy
Consultant in Sports & Musculoskeletal Medicine

MB DPhys Med

London Sports Injury Clinic specialist Dr Ken Kennedy is a highly experienced consultant with expertise in orthopaedics and sports medicine. He has a long history of working with elite sportsmen and women, including Olympic athletes, golfers, international cricketers, boxers, jockeys and tennis champions.

 

Dr Kennedy undertook his medical training at Queen’s University in Belfast. He then moved to London where he gained experience at Guys, St. Stephens and St. Mary Abbots hospitals. Subsequently he was appointed as Medical Director of Rehabilitation at the Royal Star and Garter Hospital in Roehampton.

 

For more than three decades Dr Kennedy practised at 30 Harley Street, where he created a ‘one stop shop’ enabling patients to receive consultation, investigation and treatment all at the same clinic. In 2013 the renowned 30 Harley Street clinic relocated to The London Sports Injury Clinic at 108 Harley Street.

 

During his many years of practice Dr Kennedy has worked with elite athletes, and a variety of professional sportsmen and women. He has also attended several International sport teams, including the unbeaten British Lions Rugby Union team of 1974.

 

    Clinical interests

  • An initial consultation with Dr Kennedy may be followed by treatment from physiotherapists with specialised knowledge in the treatment of spinal problems such as:

    • Prolapsed discs
    • Facet joint irritation, and
    • Postural ligamentous problems
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Prior referral from your GP is not required

Specialties
  • General medicine
  • Orthopaedic surgery
  • Spinal surgery

If prior referral is needed before a consultation, then you will first need to ask your General Practitioner to refer you to the consultant. If no prior referral is required, then you can go straight to the consultant without the need to see your GP.

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