Talia graduated from Brunel University London with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She relocated to Hong Kong in early 2013, after 2 years working in the National Health Service in the UK. There she gained experience in a variety of clinical areas before taking a special interest in post surgical rehabilitation and treating sports injuries.
Talia believes in taking a holistic approach to assessing and treating her patients and focuses on restoring correct biomechanics using a mixture of traditional manual mobilisation, muscle energy and exercise based techniques. Additionally, Talia has her Sports Massage diploma and has undergone a variety of Pilates training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) and more recently DMA Clinical Pilates to further her skills in these areas.
Talia is also part of the Physiotherapy team looking after the HKFC Rugby National league teams and is soon to start working with the HK Women’s National XV Squad as well. Before moving to Lantau for a quieter life, Talia worked in a busy private clinic in Central alongside some great Physiotherapists and Orthopedic specialists.
Training & Qualifications:
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Brunel University London
Sports Massage diploma