Hannah Perrett


Hannah completed a degree in Sport and Exercise Science in 2008 from University of Birmingham. She then went on to complete a Masters degree in Physiotherapy from University of Essex. Since then Hannah has worked in the NHS before moving into private practice full time. Hannah has always been interested in sports injuries. Alongside her private practice work, Hannah works as the Head Physiotherapist for Tonbridge Juddians Rugby Football Club. As well as rugby, Hannah works as a contractor for the English Institute of Sport and has supported the England Womens Rugby 7s team, England Netball and British Canoe. Hannah has also worked at major international events such as the World Para Athletics Championships in London in 2017 and the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014.

Hannah is just finishing a further Masters in Sports Physiotherapy from University of Bath. Here she has researched the effect of concussion and neck pain on the spine. In her previous degrees, Hannah has researched the biomechanical differences in running styles and efficiencies of elite long distance runners and elite triathletes, and the effect of Kinesiology taping on shoulder muscle activity in patients with Shoulder Impingement.

Hannah has played many sports herself in the past. She represented Kent Netball at U14, U16 and U18 level before going off to university where she played for the Super League franchise Loughborough Lightning. Now back in Kent she continues to play National League Netball in Premier League Division 2 for her club Telstars. Hannah continues to be involved in Kent Netball by working closely with the Kent Netball coaches to promote and develop high levels of Sports Science and Physiotherapy knowledge. She has a special interest in Netball and Rugby injuries however she enjoys rehabilitating athletes of all ages and levels to help them return to their chosen sporting activity.