Anna graduated from King's College London with a BSc Physiotherapy (2006), and an MSc in Pain: Science and
Society (2008). Her MSc research was subsequently presented at the International Association for the Study of Pain Conference in Montreal (2010), the World Congress of Physical Therapy in Amsterdam (2011), and as an invited speaker at the British Medical Acupuncture Society Autumn Meeting, Royal College of Physicians London (2011).
Anna followed up her academic achievements by devoting herself to patient-care and the attainment of clinical excellence in each and every consultation. Since qualifying as a Physiotherapist in 2006, Anna has specialised in working with patients in their homes and communities, with the purpose of maintaining health, wellbeing, choice and independence in terms defined by the patient.
Born and brought up in London, Anna’s Physiotherapy career has been firmly rooted in London, and she has worked with community rehabilitation teams, palliative care teams, and admission avoidance (rapid response) teams in Camden, City and Hackney, Tower Hamlets, Kensington and Chelsea, and Haringey.
Whether patient’s diagnoses are neurological, orthopaedic, acute or chronic, age-related, due to injury or disease, or a combination of many different factors, Anna offers her wealth of practical experience to identify the perfect physiotherapy solutions available, enabling her patients to live their lives with the maximum possible autonomy and vitality.
Anna’s patients often report a sense of wellbeing from her visits, find her calm professional confidence inspires trust, and enjoy welcoming Anna into their homes as a key presence gently guiding them “back on track” whenever ill-health or injury has left them feeling off-balance.