Dr. Craig Rosenbloom

Dr Craig Rosenbloom is a Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine who works within the NHS (Barts Health), in private practice, and in elite sports.

He is passionate about musculoskeletal medicine and managing patients with a strong focus on non-operative care. He believes in the importance of physical activity, and helping patients return to the activities that they enjoy in a quick and safe manner.

He has experience working within elite sports, including roles at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, The Football Association, West Ham Football Club, Leyton Orient Football Club, The Lawn Tennis Association, The European Disability Golf Association, The London Marathon, and The Maccabiah Games.

Dr Craig Rosenbloom attended Chigwell School before completing his medical training at Manchester University in 2010. He is a qualified GP and has a Masters Degree in Sport and Exercise Medicine from Queen Mary University of London. He has a Post Graduate Certificate in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound from the University of East London. He undertook Higher Specialist Training within the prestigious London Deanery to enter the GMC specialist register as a Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine, obtaining Fellowship of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine.

He is actively involved in medical research and since 2020 holds a position as an Honorary Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London. He has published articles in medical journals and has presented posters at international medical conferences. His research interests include sport-related concussion and medication usage in elite sports.