Nottingham Sports Medicine

Dr Nicholas Peirce




Dr Nick Peirce works both as a Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine  at QMC,  with an NHS Musculoskeletal / Sports Injury clinic and in elite sport as Chief Medical Officer for the England and Wales Cricket Board and local teams including Nottingham Forest Football.

Originally trained in Family Medicine Dr Peirce moved into Sport and Exercise Medicine in 1995. Training included, an MSc in Sports Medicine with in 1996, a 2 year Lectureship at Nottingham University and subsequent Overseas Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Australian Institute of Sport.

Since 1997 has worked as CMO for GB World Class Canoeing Program and for LTA Great Britain Davis Cup team 2001-2007. In 2003 became the Lead Physician at the English Institute of Sport at Loughborough University until moving to cricket full time. Dr Peirce has attended Sydney and Athens Olympics and Commonwealth Games and has continued to be the lead Sports Physician for Nottingham Forest Football Club, since 2001.

Currently is Training Program director for SEM in East Midlands, sits on the Faculty for SEM and SAC and Chairs National Recruitment and Workforce planning. Other activities include editorial Boards for BJSM and CJSM, ICC Medical Committee and continues to be actively involved in research and injury surveillance. Supervising PhDs at Nottingham and Loughborough University in Spinal Injuries in Sport, stress fractures and bone metabolism in athletes.

Clinical interests include all musculoskeletal conditions and has particular expertise in Ultrasound guided and interventional procedures.