|DIFC and Palm Jumeirah
|Years Of Experience
|Physiotherapy & Business Operations
Kelly joined the team at Anatomy Rehab in 2020, bringing her wealth of experience and knowledge as a trained physiotherapist and manager to provide our patients with high-quality, holistic care. Her vast experience includes anything from sports injuries to postural back and neck pain, regularly working with individuals who have very active lifestyles to improve their health and well-being with personalised therapy plans. She also manages our day-to-day operations in her role as COO of Anatomy Rehab.
If you have chronic neck and back pain or are struggling to recover from a sports injury, such as a running injury, Kelly’s knowledge and skill make her an excellent choice. Kelly’s specialisations have allowed her to help hundreds of athletes to achieve their goals step-by-step, preventing the risk of re-injury through advanced techniques and in-depth understanding.
Experience and History
Kelly started her career in physiotherapy in 2003 after graduating from Brunel University in London. Since then, she has gained more than 19 years of experience working within the physiotherapy industry in both London and Dubai, providing skilled physiotherapy services alongside handling professional management and business operations-related responsibilities for multiple healthcare organisations.
Kelly has built her experience working with top athletes, such as the professional rugby teams, the British Ski team as well as elite sportsmen and women, while building her experience in prestigious physiotherapy businesses, such as Six Physio London.
Kelly has specialist interests in biomechanics, running injuries and digital gait analysis has provided a solid foundation for her specialisations. She has supported elite athletes and triathletes in achieving their goals, and optimising performance. In addition, she also has experience in workplace ergonomics, making her a great choice for office workers and professionals struggling with neck and back pain related to postural problems.