Louise Huntley

BSc (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy Grad Dip in Sports Physiotherapy. MCSP, AACP, HCPC reg. DMA Clinical Pilates Certified Clinician and UK Course Coordinator / Tutor

Since qualifying from Brunel University with a First Class Honors Degree in Physiotherapy in 1996, Louise’s career has seen her work in a number of different health care settings. Her most recent post before moving to Manor Clinic in 2008 was as the Deputy Physiotherapy Manager at London Bridge Hospital.

In 2003 she completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy at London South Bank University and was then asked to be a guest lecturer on the undergraduate Sports Studies course. After completing the course Louise was asked to speak at the UK’s largest Triathlon exhibition on the Management of Overuse Running Injuries.

Since 2005 Louise has been working with DMA Clinical Pilates in Australia to present their Equipment / Matwork courses to fellow physiotherapists. This has seen her travel around the UK, Ireland and Europe as well as internationally to Dubai, Hong Kong and Singapore to lecture and teach. She also completed a certification exam making her the only certified DMA Clinical Pilates Clinician in the UK. She has years of experience using the reformer and trapeze as part of a structured rehabilitation programme, as well as using theraband for home exercises.

She enjoys all forms of physiotherapy but has an interest in rehabilitationg children and adults with Hypermobility Spectrum Disorder and Hypermobility EDS and its associated problems.

She also has a wealth of knowledge in treating chronic low back pain on the reformer and trapeze and undertaking pre and post operative rehabilitation.  She is also happy to treat pregnant ladies, as having 2 children herself, knows the problems women can face during pregnancy.

More recently she has undertaken post graduate training in the rehabilitation of the painful shoulder and treatment focusing on patella femoral joint issues. She also attended a Running Repairs course at the English Institute Of Sport where video analysis of running gait was used alongside exercise, to treat all forms of running related injuries.