Meet the team

Dr James Thing

Dr James Thing: Sport and Exercise Medicine Consultant

Dr James Thing (MBBS; BSc; MRCGP; FFSEM) is a UK-trained Sport and Exercise Medicine Consultant specialising in musculoskeletal ultrasound and ultrasound-guided injections. He has over ten years of experience in this field. He has worked as a consultant in the NHS and teaches internationally renowned ultrasound-guided injection courses.

He is the British Athletics Event Lead Doctor, coordinating trackside care for Diamond League and Anniversary Games Athletics Grand Prix and is a pitchside doctor for Harlequins Rugby in the English Premiership.

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Dr Naeem Ahmed

Dr Naeem Ahmed: Musculoskeletal Radiology Consultant

Dr Naeem Ahmed (BEM FRCR FRCP) graduated from Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Hospital with the St Thomas’ Hospital Cup (George Leach Trophy) graduation prize. He completed academic foundation training at King’s College Hospital before completing radiology training at St George’s Hospital, Royal Marsden Hospital, Great Ormond Street Hospital, and Royal Brompton Hospital before completing a subspecialty musculoskeletal imaging Fellowship at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust where he was appointed Consultant Radiologist. Naeem has completed international clinical visitations at Massachusetts General Hospital (US), University Hospital Zurich and FIFA Medical Centre of Excellence Aspetar. He has over 50 publications and presentations, a postgraduate qualification in medical education, and won the British Medical Association Young Authors Award in 2017. He was awarded Medallist of the Order of the British Empire for services to volunteering and healthcare in the Queen’s Birthday Honours in 2019.

Dr. Kush Joshi

Dr. Kush Joshi: Sport & Exercise Medicine Consultant

Dr. Kush Joshi (MBBS; BSc; MRCP; FFSEM) is a consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine at Homerton University Hospital. He has previously held consultant posts at the Oxford University Hospital Trust and within the Military. At Homerton Hospital he holds a post within the radiology department, undertaking musculoskeletal ultrasound and ultrasound-guided injections. He is a faculty member for the Postgraduate certification course for musculoskeletal ultrasound at the University of East London. He is a tournament doctor for the Wimbledon tennis championships and the Chief Medical Officer for Great Britain canoeing.