SPECIALIST WOMEN'S HEALTH & MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSIOTHERAPIST
Since leaving King’s College London in 2011 with a BSc in Physiotherapy, Fionla has continued to develop her skills into other areas of health and fitness. This has included psychological therapy for pain (mindfulness and CBT) at Hertfordshire University, and women’s health physiotherapy with the highly esteemed POGP (Pelvic and Obstetrician Gynaecological Physiotherapy).
This has led to her treatment approach being truly holistic and effective for her clients. She doesn't believe that having optimal health and fitness needs to be complicated, and she doesn't believe that we should have to continuously spend money to improve our health and happiness. She is therefore passionate about helping her clients learn strategies to help them in the long term so that they don't have to keep coming back to her - as lovely as they all are!
- Owner Refine Physio London
- Senior Physiotherapist Capital Physio
- Lead Physiotherapist Santi London
- Volunterr Physiotherapist London Paralympics
- Senior Physiotherapist Ann McLaughlin Physiotherapy Clinic
- Physiotherapist PhysioQinetics Physiotherapy Clinic
- Physiotherapist Twickenham Rugby Football Club
Finola dabbles in a bit of everything sports wise, including hiking, running, cycling and Crossfit. As a co-author of the online guides Strength Through Yoga, she has also been passionate in combining the benefits of yoga with physiotherapy and Pilates. Through this, and her physiotherapy practice, she is passionate about dismantling common myths around health and fitness. In particular for women who have had children, where they are told that common issues postpartum are normal when in fact they can usually be treated very simply with consistent exercises and physiotherapy.
- BSc in Physiotherapy, King's College London (2011)
- Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP)
- Health and Care Professions Council Registered (HCPC)
- APPI Level 3 Matwork Pilates
- HIT Instructor APPI
- AACP Acupuncture
- Psychological Therapies in Pain, University of Hertfordshire
- Pelvic Health Physiotherapy (POGP)
- All Things Physio Surbiton, KT6 6AB