Physiotherapists treat a comprehensive range of conditions.
Using a wide spectrum of rehabilitation exercise programmes to ease your pain and to restore normal function and movement.
Physiotherapy is available:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.Book Online
|Online Physiotherapy||45 minutes (Initial/Follow-up)||£42.50|
|Physiotherapy (Face to Face)||45 minutes (Initial/Follow-up)||£62.00|
Note: Concessions are available for Trinity Laban Alumni and students with a valid student ID.
Physiotherapists use treatment techniques such as manipulation and massage together with ultrasound and other forms of electrotherapy, to effectively reduce pain, swelling and inflammation. Each client receives a thorough assessment that determines the diagnosis of their condition. Individual rehabilitation protocols are tailored to meet specific needs.
Physiotherapy can help with a wide range of symptoms/conditions, including:
- Repetitive and overuse injuries
- Sports injuries
- Knee and hip problems
- Arthritic pain and stiffness
- Leg pain and sciatica
- Ankle and foot problems
- Whiplash injuries
- Golfers and tennis elbow
- Acute and chronic back pain
- Postural problems
- Shoulder, neck and wrist pain
- Joint disorders
The benefits of Physiotherapy:
- Injury prevention
- Function and performance improvement
- Pain relief
- Range of movement improvement
- Postural correction
BSc (Physiotherapy), MSc (Dance Science), HCPC, MCSP, RAD, RTS, AIDTA
Katy is a Senior Dance Specialist Physiotherapist who has been a part of the team at Trinity Laban Health since 2014. She is also a Lecturer in Dance Science for the Royal Academy of Dance.
Katy completed an MSc in Dance Science at Trinity Laban, prior to which she was working as a Dance Specialist Physiotherapist, Ballet Teacher and Pilates Instructor in the private and vocational dance training sectors. This wealth of experience gives Katy an in depth understanding of what is required of performing artists and subsequently their unique needs when it comes to injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Katy’s approach to her work is founded on a passion for long term solutions, which require consideration and addressing of whole body neuromuscular activation patterns. With a focus on localised injury sites reinforced by correction of compensation strategies and muscular imbalance, Katy aims to facilitate holistic rehabilitation and recovery. She also strongly advocates for in-depth client education, striving to ensure performers are able to self-manage their conditions and continued training and performance following treatment.
Katy’s post graduate training has enabled her to create a broad-spectrum approach to assessment and injury management including a range of manual therapy techniques, taping and tailored exercise prescription. She is a recognised healthcare practitioner on the One Dance UK directory and an active member of the International Association of Dance Medicine & Science.
Katy deals with a broad spectrum of conditions including:
- Acute and chronic dance & sports injuries
- Back and neck pain
- Shoulder Dysfunction
- Foot and ankle injuries
- Lower limb biomechanics
- Flexibility optimisation
- Core stability
- Postural analysis
- Redressing muscle imbalance for optimal training
- Developmental delay
- Neurological Dysfunction
Clinic days (open to students and non-students) – Saturdays
MSc (Physiotherapy) BA (Sport, Health and Exercise), HCPC, MCSP
Colette is a Dance Specialist Physiotherapist at Trinity Laban and specialises in Musculoskeletal, Sports and Performing Arts Injuries. She qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2009 with an MSc from the University of Birmingham. Prior to this, she completed a BA (Hons) degree in Sports Science at the University of Durham.
Through her work in private practice as a Senior Physiotherapist, Colette has treated pre-professional and professional dancers from a variety of genres, West End artists and musicians. She is a member of One Dance UK as a healthcare practitioner and has extensive experience of working with elite athletes including GB and international athletes and elite football players at professional football clubs in the UK. This variety of experience means that Colette has a comprehensive understanding of the injury prevention and rehabilitation needs of elite performers.
A strong interest in the mind and body, a passion for helping people and a lifelong love for sport and performing arts were what led Colette to pursue a career in Physiotherapy. She has a holistic approach to assessment and treatment. From her postgraduate clinical experience and training she has developed a comprehensive approach including; movement competency screens, manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, sports massage therapy, taping, clinical Pilates, individualised exercise prescription and gym and field based rehabilitation. She has an interest in the psychological aspects of injury and elite performance and utilises skills gained from further training in motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness to help athletes and performers on their journey.
Colette promotes education to clients regarding their conditions and encourages self-management strategies for pain, rehabilitation and injury prevention, ensuring clients feel empowered to return to and maintain training and performance
Colette deals with a broad spectrum of conditions including:
- Sports and Performing arts injuries
- Acute and overuse injuries
- Tendon, ligament and joint injuries
- Back and neck pain
- Lower limb injuries
- Upper limb injuries
- Muscular imbalance
- Pelvic and groin pain
- Neurological e.g. sciatica, neck, shoulder and arm pain
- Pre and post-operative conditions
- Pre and post-natal muscle and joint pain
Clinic days (open to students and non-students) – Fridays
MSc (Physiotherapy) MCSP HCPC
Liz was a professional dancer for 15 years, performing all over the world, including a year in Paris at ‘The Moulin Rouge’. She then specialized in Latin ballroom and Argentine Tango.
Her years as a dancer sparked her interest in sports injuries and she obtained an Advanced Diploma in sports therapy in 2009. Liz then worked as a sports therapist in the West End on shows such as ‘Wicked’, ‘The Wizard of Oz’, ‘Singing in the Rain’, ‘Shrek’, ‘Matilda’, and ‘Jersey Boys’.
Liz’s first degree is in psychology, and she graduated with a master’s degree in physiotherapy in 2016 from King’s College. She is currently the physio on Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ at the Lyceum Theatre.
Liz has also worked in private sports injury clinics, in falls prevention services, and is a qualified DMA Clinical Pilates instructor. She has written articles on dance injury prevention for ‘The Stage’ and has been a guest on many different podcasts talking about her work with performers. Her special interests are the foot and ankle, injury prevention, stretching and flexibility, Reformer Pilates, and return-to-sport rehabilitation.
Clinic Days (open to students and non-students) – Mondays and Thursdays
MSc (Physiotherapy), MSc (Dance Science), HCPC, MCSP, APPI Cert.
Amelia is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Trinity Laban specialising in performing arts injury and rehabilitation. She currently works both in the NHS and private practice as well as working as a dance science educator for several dance organisations including the Centre for Advanced Training and the Royal Academy of Dance.
Amelia originally trained as a ballet dancer at The Royal Ballet School and went on to graduate from King’s College London with an MSc in Physiotherapy in 2018. She has also completed an MSc in Dance Science at Trinity Laban. She is a clinical Pilates instructor delivering weekly classes to staff and students at Trinity Laban and also manages an NHS clinical Pilates service.
Amelia has worked within adult and paediatric settings in the NHS and has worked with vocational dance students, professional dancers and west end performers in private practice. Her treatments include manual therapy, soft tissue release, taping, clinical Pilates and return to sport testing/rehabilitation. Having worked within the field of Dance Science for the past 10 years Amelia is also able to provide comprehensive dancer screening and tailored injury prevention advice. Her main aim is to provide an effective and empathic approach to injury management and rehabilitation supporting dancers ongoing self management and well-being.
Amelia deals with a broad spectrum of conditions including:
– Acute sports or performing arts injuries
– Persistent pain
– Spinal MSK pain or peripheral neurogenic symptoms i.e sciatica
– Upper limb and lower limb injuries
– Tendon and soft tissue injuries
– Post operative rehabilitation
– Paediatric gait assessment and treatment
– Adolescent or growth related injuries
– Return to sport rehabilitation
Clinic days (open to students and non students) – Thursdays & Fridays