Dalia qualified at St George’s Hospital Medical School in 2006, before working at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital across a variety of areas, eventually specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Having worked as a Senior Physiotherapist at Barnet Hospital, Dalia left the NHS in 2012 to work full time in private practice.
Dalia has a particular interest in musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, which she successfully treats using a holistic approach combining therapies including deep tissue and sports massages, electrotherapy, joint and spine mobilisations, as well as exercise prescription. Dalia also has great experience in treating respiratory conditions such as acute chest infections, bronchiectasis and asthma.
Dalia works part time at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club with the youth academy. She was a physiotherapist at the European Maccabiah Games in 2012 and was Head Physiotherapist for the English delegation at the 2014 Maccabiah Games.
Samantha qualified at St George’s University of London Medical School in 2013 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She worked at The Royal Free Hospital across multiple specialities including orthopaedics and elderly rehab in both acute and outpatients settings.
Samantha specialised in 2016 and is currently working as a Senior musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Barnet Hospital managing a wide range of conditions including sports injuries, arthritis, fractures and post operative rehabilitation. She also has a diploma in sports massage.
Samantha enjoys working patiently with patients to reach their personalised goals ensuring they return to their desired level of activity. She demonstrates a variety of skills including both manual treatments and exercise prescription as well as health and wellbeing advice and education.
Sophie qualified from Brunel University in 2013 before working at The Royal Free Hospital in a variety of both acute and outpatient settings. She has had broad experience working with clients of all ages with complex conditions.
Sophie is specialised in paediatrics and has a keen interest in Pilates which she uses in her physiotherapy practice for her younger and older clients. She has regularly treated children with developmental delay, joint flexibility, hypermobility, flat feet and core weakness. Along with Pilates, Sophie guides her treatments through play and tries to be as creative as possible with her exercise programmes for the little ones.
Sophie offers paediatric home visits only.
Amanda qualified from Brunel University in 2016. From here, she worked as a junior physiotherapist in the University College London hospital before specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in 2017.
Amanda splits her time between the NHS and Private practise; where she treats paediatric and adults patients with a variety of MSK conditions.
Since qualifying, Amanda has undertaken a number of courses to enhance her skills and knowledge, to ensure the best patient outcome which include; acupuncture, sports massage therapy, Mulligans course, the Jeremy Lewis shoulder course, kinesiology taping course and a masters module in the upper quadrant with the Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine.
Amanda particularly enjoys working with patients by combining exercise and manual therapy to help them return to their normal level of function, help maximise their sporting potential and help them return to sports/activity they are unable to do due their presenting complaint.
Qualifying at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2008, Judith has experience throughout the UK, in a variety of clinical settings, providing her with a wide range of complex clinical experience.
During her role as a Senior Physiotherapist in the NHS she has worked in a range of specialities including Neurological rehabilitation, Respiratory, Orthopaedics and leading a Falls and Stability service in Central London.
Judith is a skil and passionate Physiotherapist who is motivated to help her patients achieve their desired outcomes through a range of specialist skills including soft tissue massage, manual therapy and targeted exercise prescriptions.
Specialist Paediatric Physiotherapist
Deborah qualified with a first class honours degree in physiotherapy from Birmingham University in 2011, and has since treated children from birth through to 16 years of age in the community and acute settings, including Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital where she worked as a senior physiotherapist until 2015.
Deborah carries a neonatal and general paediatric caseload and is experienced in managing neurodevelopmental and musculoskeletal issues. She has a special interest in pulmonary rehabilitation, treating both babies and children with acute and long term respiratory conditions.
Deborah is currently the lead Physiotherapist on St Mary’s hospital’s Paediatric Intensive Care Unit where she has worked for the past 5 years.