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About Me

About Lottie

Lottie has always had a passion for sports and the importance of working towards peak performance.

She has competed to a high level in Squash and Hockey but generally loves anything active outdoors. She graduated from Queen Margaret’s University in 2013, within which she secured a student placement at Headley court, the defence military rehabilitation centre.  After Headley Court her passion for active rehabilitation was lit. She initially worked for two years for a private Physiotherapy company which gave her a lot of experience in caseload management and put her through sports massage, osteopath and IMS dry needling courses.

She recently gained experience in an elite performance gym in Vancouver, in which she was able to work with a wide variety of individuals involved in different disciplines. Lottie’s personal experiences as a national athlete and her knowledge of posture, sport injuries, motor vehicle accidents, biomechanics, functional movement and chronic pain help her to develop tailored treatments and effective active rehabilitation programs. She focuses on technique, posture, basic muscle activation and joint and muscle function as the core foundations.


  • Taping and strapping course by ProActive. Diploma qualification level 2012

  • Sports massage course by ProActive. Diploma qualification level 2012

  • Attended a Peninsular Sportsmed conference in Derriford Hospital, Plymouth 2012

  • Hospital Major Incident Medical Management course – observer, Derriford Hospital, 2013

  • Bsc Hons Physiotherapy Queen Margaret University 2013

  • Soft tissue course through Physio World 2014

  • Osteopathy Course through Physio World 11th October 2014

  • Physioworld Band B examinations (equivalent to Band 6) – Passed 26th April 2015

  • Acupuncture Course through Physio World 21st November 2015

  • Deep Oscillation Hivimat Trained- June 2016

  • Edge Mobility Tool and suction cup trained- July 2016

  • Physiotherapy collaboration on Foot Dynamics and positioning- February 2017

  • Sportstherapy UK Dry Needling module 1- 13th January 2018

  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stimulation course A- 8th February 2018

  • Prehab 101 Strength and conditioning course- 2nd September 2018

  • Temporomandibular Disorders Course through ACPTMD- Booked  3rd November 2018

  • Myofascial release course through Sports Therapy UK – 12th April 2019

  • Physiotherapy assessment and management of MSK conditions in pre and post pregnancy- 17-19th May 2019

  • Running repairs course through Tom Goom- 13th-14th July 2019

  • Advanced Dry Needling by Sports Therapy UK

Active member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and is HCPC registered.