Sheffield Climbing Clinic at the White House Clinic

James Walker
August 24, 2020

Sheffield Climbing Clinic provides first class advice and treatment to climbers andathletes.

At the White House Clinic, Sheffield Climbing Clinic aims to provide a centre for comprehensive diagnosis andtreatment of acute or chronic climbing injuries, as well as nutritional guidance to support recovery and performance.

As keen climbers, their qualified Physio and Nutritionist understand the physiological demands of the sport and can apply that experience to develop sport specific strategies to optimise recovery from injury and improve climbing performance.

They also have our highly experienced Sports and Exercise Medicine Consultant, Dr Adrian Lim, who is available to provide medical assessment or intervention.

Both injury management and nutrition are popular talking points between climbers and sometimes it's difficult to determine the good information from the bad. The team are on hand to help provide evidence based treatment to ensure you reach your full potential.

Sheffield Climbing Clinic are able to provide a variety of services at The White House Clinic, including:


  • Physiotherapy consultation andtreatment
  • Deep tissue massage
  • Shockwave therapy


  • Nutrition packages
  • Metabolic rate testing
  • Body composition testing
  • Deficiency screening

Sports Medicine

  • Sports Medicine Consultation
  • Diagnostic Ultrasound scan- Corticosteroid Injection
  • Plasma Rich Platelet (PRP) injection- High Volume injection with dry needling


  • Custom made finger splints foroptimum recovery

Physiotherapist James Walker is available at our Sheffield Main (Sandygate), Chesterfield and Hathersage clinics.

To arrange an appointment, please call 0114 2632054

For more information about SheffieldClimbing Clinic please visit their website

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