I have a Masters degree in Osteopathy and a Diploma in Naturopathy. For the past few years I have been working in different multidisciplinary clinics in the UK, Greece and New Zealand, and completed an additional postgraduate training in Ergonomics, Work Space Assessment and Cognitive Psychology.
I have particular clinical interest in using manual therapy to help people experiencing persistent musculoskeletal pain. By recognising how psychological factors (e.g. fear, depression, anxiety) influence the experience and behaviour of individuals suffering chronic pain, I am able to formulate a holistic treatment plan tailored to the individual person. I also have experience in providing osteopathic treatment to expectant mothers and in children.
Millie is a physiotherapist that combines both manual therapy and Pilates based rehabilitation to aid recovery. She studied BSc Physiotherapy at St George’s University of London, achieving a first class honours. She demonstrates a holistic approach to treatment to ensure optimum recovery.
Millie’s interest in physiotherapy started at the age of 15 when years of dedicated training as a National level gymnast resulted in an injury and hip surgery. Subsequently, the post-op rehabilitation programme was the point Millie realised that she wanted to help people rehabilitate and recover.
Sonal’s instinctive desire to help others stemmed from seeing friends and family members injured at a young age, and seeing their struggles with treatment and rehabilitation plans. As a qualified Sports Therapist with extensive experience in professional rugby, athletics and clinical settings, she has treated a wide variety of injuries and conditions. Her unwavering belief is that every individual requires a bespoke treatment plan, as every human body possesses unique traits that makes no two recovery paths identical.
Whether suffering from a sport, work or lifestyle injury, the key to recovery is injury diagnosis and body profiling. Sonal uses a wide range of treatment modalities including muscuoskeletal testing, sports massage, dry needling, Instrumented assisted release, and exercise rehabilitation plans to help you live a pain-free again.
Finola has always been interested in exercise and health and was heavily involved in sports and dance during her school years (in particular Irish dancing and ballet), and so becoming a physiotherapist seemed the obvious career choice. Finola qualified nine years ago and since then she has spent a huge amount of time researching the best exercise and health recommendations for her
Finola believes that most consistent component of health is moderation and variety. In addition, it is key that health combines both mind and body. She finds the link between mental and physical health fascinating and this has led her to study it further and incorporate it more into her clinical work. She believes the best form of physiotherapy is a holistic approach and where you work together to achieve your goals.