Your Physiotherapy & Fitness Centre in Harley Street, West London. Physio, rehab, sports injury treatments and massage. Personal Training & fitness testing. Workstation assessments available.
ESPH Harley Street is the longest-serving physiotherapy practice on London’s medical mile. Our skilled physios work under the guidance of Elizabeth Sharp, one of the UK’s leading experts.
Located close to Oxford Street and the West End we offer a comprehensive range of physio treatments and sports massage. Our Harley Street Clinic provides individual pilates sessions with a dedicated Reformer Studio, rehab and personal training with the latest eGym and Technogym equipment. Fitness and workstation assessments. Pre and Post natal services also available.
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T: 020 7907 1900
Normal opening times: Mon – Fri 0700 – 1900, CLOSED weekends
Bank Holiday Mondays: CLOSED
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Surrounding Areas: Marylebone, Covent Garden, Mayfair, Soho, Regents Park, Hyde Park
Nearest stations Oxford Circus or Bond Street, several minutes away.
Oxford Circus tube (Victoria, Bakerloo and Central Lines) – Turn onto Oxford Street and walk past H&M, the 2nd turning on the right is Holles Street, walk down and bear left around Cavendish Square, Harley Street is directly in front of you.
Bond Street (Central and Jubilee Lines) – Turn left on Oxford Street towards Selfridges and take the first right into James Street. At the top of James Street turn right into Wigmore Street. Proceed straight until Cavendish Square. Harley Street is on the left.
Regents Park tube – turn left out of the station onto Euston Road and Harley Street is the 3rd turning on the left.
Baker Street tube – turn left out of the station on Euston Road and walk past Madame Tussauds. Continue walking and Harley Street is the 7th turning on the right.
The following buses stop outside John Lewis, Oxford Street: 6, 8, 13, 15, 23, 73, 135, 137, 139 & 189
Short-term meter parking in surrounding streets and long-term car parking, at underground car parks in Cavendish Square and at the rear of Harley Street, is available.
She trained at St. Mary's and completed a Masters in Neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy at University College London. Her clinic was founded in Camberwell in 1977 (relocating to Dulwich in 2007), and the second in Harley Street in 1989.
Recently ESPH moved to new premises at 42 Harley Street to offer a dedicated pilates and fitness studio, alongside physiotherapy treatments, sports massage, dietetics, personal training and podiatry services.
A keen sportsman and fitness enthusiast, Max sits on the board of ukactive and is committed to improving the long-term health and wellbeing of all the communities in which his businesses operate.
Alexei manages the finances of the business and uses his extensive experience to develop the exercise services.
She has extensive marketing and PR experience working on magazine titles including Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and Women's Fitness, and on diverse sectors including the automotive industry, as Marketing Director for Mazda Ireland and Brand and Communications Manager in the UK, to T-Mobile and Bromley Leisure Services. She is also a qualified Exercise to Music instructor.
She admits she can’t stop learning and in her fourth degree is studying an MA in Art & Science at UAL, Central Saint Martins. Keen on the outdoors she enjoys walking her three-legged dog!
Jess has a background in Journalism and has worked on a range of traditional and online publications, including: MarieClaire, The Mail&Guardian, Powerzone and Building Africa. Jess transitioned into marketing with a marketing manager role with EPM experts ReportSource (who have since been acquired by Deloittes). She has since assisted in the marketing, social media and PR for a list of diverse clients, including: AMBA Associates, FAPESP Week London, Zaggora, Chevrolet, Bolton Inc and Tiny Dog Productions.
Jess loves the theatre and out of hours can usually be found in a rehearsal room somewhere.
She trained at St. Mary's and completed a Masters in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at University College London. Her clinic was founded in Camberwell in 1977 (relocating to Dulwich in 2007), and she opened her second in Harley Street in 1989.
Outside of ESPH Lizzie takes on the challenge of running with her fellow physio Sarah Crisp. She's a keen skier and tennis player but also enjoys cooking and her TV guilty pleasure is watching 'The Great British Bake off".
Sarah has a love of all outdoor activities and physical challenges. Over the years she has competed in many endurance events including; marathons, triathlons, open water swimming events, long distance bike rides and multi-day hikes. In 2011 she reached the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro and would love to complete a high altitude trek again one day.
Running is her primary activity with a background in both road and fell running. She is currently training for a half ironman event, with a view to completing a full ironman in the next few years.
She is passionate about rehabilitating people back to doing the things they need and love to do. She is able to combine her knowledge and experience from her own personal experiences with her physiotherapy expertise to help patients succeed in achieving their individual goals.
Paulina has been working as a physiotherapist, since she obtained her BSc degree in 2009, in public and private clinics. Combining her deep passion for sports with exercise medicine she has helped in the rehab of amateur and professional athletes. Her clinical interests include lower limb injuries (hip, groin, knee and ankle), as well as chronic shoulder pain and dysfunction.
She gained her BSc and MSc Physiotherapy degrees in Poland with her research focused on the rehabilitation of knee injuries, and succeeded in having one paper published in 2013. Determined to deepen her knowledge she completed her PhD at Queen Mary University of London in Sports and Exercise Medicine where she investigated the biomechanics of hip and groin pain in athletes. Since then she has been actively involved in clinical and biomechanical research, and also is an active contributor to National and International conferences.
Since coming to London, Paulina has had a unique opportunity to work with a high number of professional and amateur football, rugby and hockey players and she was a volunteer in the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Paulina Kloskowska, PhD MSc BSc MCSP MHCPC
Doctor of Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
Gail has worked in a variety of environments, ranging from Coogee Bay Surf Rescue Club in Australia to sporting events in England including the London Marathon, and is a head Massage Therapist for Wimbledon RFC.
Tess is trained in the principles of functional medicine, whereby every individual is considered unique and root causes of symptoms and disease are sought instead of just treating the symptoms. She has particular interest in digestive health, weight management, female health, auto-immune conditions, food intolerances as well as stress management, however she is also well versed in many other health concerns.
She is a part-time lecturer at the College of Naturopathic Medicine and is also a qualified Massage Therapist, as well as a Reiki practitioner. She believes, and practices, the importance of looking after the body as well as the mind and soul.
She has been a keen sports person for many years, keeping her own fitness and health at peak levels. She is extremely knowledgeable in the fields of health, nutrition, lifestyle and exercise and she aims to provide successful solutions to her client’s health concerns.
She is a full member of the British Association for Applied Nutrition & Nutritional Therapy (BANT) and registered with the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).
Jo instructs at both our East Dulwich and Harley Street sites.
At ESPH in East Dulwich and Harley Street, Sibylla primarily teaches inductions and one to one sessions and very much enjoys introducing people of all ages and abilities to the many benefits of Pilates.
He is a keen sportsman and enjoys being a personal trainer and supervising fitness tests and corporate screening.
With a background in performing arts, dance and choreography, Neil has had a long interest in connecting fitness with dance and movement and has worked with celebrities and sports professionals over the world.
His approach is to create personal training programmes that combine strength, flexibility and balance. As a dancer he endorses the importance of using pilates to build core strength and stability and tone and muscle through gym based equipment.
He gained a surgical fellowship in 1997, became head of Surgical Podiatry in Ealing Hospital and studied for a Masters degree in Healthcare Law and Ethics in 2011 at Swansea University. He is a member of the Medical Advisory Committee Dance UK, MAC at the London Welbeck Hospital since 2008 and chairman from 2009 to 2011.
Based in Harley Street, he can assist with sport and dance injuries and has a keen interest in forefoot surgery (bunions).
Instructor Pilates Equipment session Harley Street
Physio treatment for sports injury, Harley Street
Harley Street sign
ESPH 42 Harley Street main entrance
ESPH door Harley Street
ESPH HarleyStreet studio in action
Harley Street physio and patient side stretching
Harley Street pilates session male on pilates equipment doing leg exercises
Harley Street Foyer ESPH
Harley Street pilates studio
"Excellent experience. [Harley Street]"
Excellent experience. Total confidence in Sarah. She is approaching my problem from several different angles. Also very happy with efficient and cheerful receptionist [Nicole].
"…it is evident that Libby only selects the very best in the field"
I have been a patient of ESPH Harley Street since 2008, after having been referred to ESPH’s Elizabeth (Libby) Sharp via a specialist. I have had a number of musculoskeletal issues over the years due to my hypermobility. Libby has been of invaluable help and has made such a big difference to my life, that I do not know what I would do without her, and am forever grateful for the original referral to her. Sometimes I only require 3 sessions, and at other times, more. On the occasions where I have required more, it has only been through the fact that I’ve left my issue for so long that a longer treatment has been required – which Libby has always so correctly advised not to leave so long until I visit! I completely trust Libby’s advice and treatment. She brings over 40 years’ worth of experience and knowledge, having also worked with premiership footballers (as I’ve seen for myself whilst in the waiting room!), dancers and athletes amongst others. Having been to other physiotherapists before, it is very evident that Libby’s expertise stands above the rest. After taking the appropriate amount of time evaluating you by asking you all the right questions and understanding your pain level, she will usually use a combination of therapies including MET (muscle energy technique) and deep tissue manipulation, but will also provide you with ‘homework’ exercises to continue your therapy at work/home.
On a personal level, Libby is simply a pleasure work with. She has a wonderful personal style which would make anyone feel like they are in the best hands in the field (rightly so), and it is evident that Libby has been at this profession for the long term because she genuinely cares. I only wish that every medical practitioner/physician could take a leaf out of Libby’s book – the world would be a better place and a healthier one too! If Libby feels that an extra few minutes are required for your consultation time, she will not think twice about doing so, and as a patient, I always feel that the consultation is definitely worth it. I have tried other physios in the past, but I can now see how Libby has gained the reputation for being one of the best in the field. In addition, it is evident that Libby only selects the very best in the field for other staff at the practise. Together with physiotherapy, the practise also provides other therapies that complement physiotherapy, such as pilates classes, sports massage and a podiatry service. I have also in the past been a regular at the pilates classes, which are run by Jo Bingham, who is an absolute star to learn from. Patient, caring, professional and all with a sense of humour and positive energy that will make you return and explore the world of pilates. There is also a massage therapist that I visit regularly called Gail Cameron, who always does the magical job of alleviating my pain and keeping me happy and doing what I love best – playing tennis! I would strongly recommend this practise and Libby Sharp and her team to anyone, and have already recommended her to friends and family.
Amisha, patient of ESPH Harley Street since 2008
"Sarah was very… thorough,… I would not hesitate to contact her…"
Sarah was very punctual, thorough, friendly and helpful and I would not hesitate to contact her again in future for advice.
"I can now walk and sit with ease…"
I have been in pain for many years with my back through work. I have tried several physios and osteopaths in my local area to no avail. Knowing that Harley Street was the place to go when you were serious about any medical condition being sorted out I found these guys there. I can now walk and sit with ease (something i haven’t been able to do for a long time). They have also recommended exercises to do at home which are helping a great deal. Thanks everyone at Elizabeth Sharp.
"I’d never seen a physio before coming here, but the work they have done for my back has been excellent."
Great staff. I’d never seen a physio before coming here, but the work they have done for my back has been excellent. The receptionist is also very polite and helpful.