Tom Crisp is
a Sports and Orthopaedic Physician specialising in the
treatment of Sports and Soft Tissue Injuries in Athletes at all
levels from the Weekend Footballer and Occasional Jogger to the
Elite National Athletes. He
runs clinics at Springfield Hospital in Chelmsford and
at London Independent Hospital in East London
Crisp has travelled widely caring for elite athletes, most recently
as Chief Medical Officer to the British Paralympic team
in Sydney 2000 and before as Headquarters Medical Officer
to the British Olympic Team in USA in 1996. This year he attended
the World University Games as part of FISU the governing
body for university sport.
Crisp has been involved with London Division Rugby for
over ten years and was a regular face at Wasps.