Dr Daniel Broman is a leading Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine consulting privately at Nuffield Health at St Bartholomew's Hospital and The Holly Hospital. He is the club doctor at West Ham United Football Club and is head of medical governance for the Football Association.
Dr Broman feels passionately about the use of physical activity as a therapeutic intervention for many medical conditions and is a strong advocate for a non-surgical approach to sports medicine and musculoskeletal health, believing that exercise is medicine and central to recovery from injury.
Dr Broman graduated in Medicine in 2010 and underwent training in Acute Medicine in London becoming a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 2014. He was awarded a Master’s degree in Sports Medicine, Exercise and Health from University College London in 2015 and subsequently completed Higher Specialist Training in Sport and Exercise Medicine in London. During his specialist training, he also gained a PGCert in Medical Ultrasound with distinction from AECC University College. In 2019, Dr. Broman was appointed as a Consultant and became a Fellow of the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine with inclusion on to the GMC Specialist Register.
In addition to his NHS and private clinical practice, Dr. Broman is the club doctor for West Ham United Football Club where he works with the team both domestically in the Premier League and travels internationally for UEFA competitions. He is also head of medical governance for the Football Association and his work with the FA has previously included roles as team doctor for the England WU21’s and England U18’s. Dr. Broman has worked at a number of international tournaments including the FIFA WU20 World Cup, the FIFA U17 World Cup and the Toulon Tournament. He has previously held roles at Chelsea Football Club, Reading Football Club and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. He has worked at numerous international sporting events for European Tour Golf, London Marathon, Tour de France, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, London 2012 Olympic Games and Maccabiah Games.
Dr. Broman has a strong interest in clinical academia and medical education.
He has published research in a number of peer-reviewed journals and has presented at multiple international conferences. He has been awarded prizes for his work in Sport and Exercise Medicine from the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine and the British Lung Foundation.
Dr. Broman teaches widely in Sport and Exercise Medicine and completed a postgraduate certificate in Medical Education from University College London in 2017, following which he became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He has also served on Sport and Exercise Medicine committees for the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal Society of Medicine.
- Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine
- British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine
- European College of Sport and Exercise Physicians
- Royal College of Physicians
- Higher Education Academy
- Honorary Member of the British Lung Foundation