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Eric Clarke

Clinic Director

Specialist Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Eric ClarkeEric Clarke
  • B.AppSc (Physio) M (Sports Physio)
  • Australian Sports Physiotherapist with over 20 years’ experience
  • Specialises in hip, knee and ankle injuries
  • Elite sailing experience with Artemis Racing in 34th Americas Cup and the Australian Olympic Team at 2008 Beijing Olympics

Eric Clarke is an Australian trained Sports Physiotherapist and the Clinical Director of Bodybalance Physiotherapy. With over 20 years of physiotherapy experience in sports and orthopaedics, his special interest area is injuries to the hip, knee and ankle; particularly post-operative rehabilitation.

His goal is simply to get people moving and free of pain. Wanting to help people be active and stay healthy, he practices with a mix of hands-on techniques and exercise prescription; always aiming to address the cause as a priority.

Eric has worked with elite Australian, British and multinational athletes across a variety of sports including sailing, premiership rugby, triathlon, squash, basketball, athletics, rowing, boxing and martial arts, and is currently the lead physiotherapist for Saracens Mavericks Netball in the Vitality Super League. His previous sporting highlights include working with Artemis Racing in the 34th Americas Cup and helping the Australian Sailing team win two gold and one silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Eric lives in Hertfordshire with his wife and 2 young children. When not busy with work and family, he likes to cycle for hours on end. Old rugby injuries prevent him from running these days, but he has proudly completed 3 marathons in the past with a PB of 3hrs 17mins.