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Louise Imrie Physiotherapy

Louise Imrie

Physiotherapy

 

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Overview

Specialises in

  • Back pain (MSK)
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Sports injuries (MSK)

About me

Louise is a Highly Specialist Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist who has worked for over 10 years full-time in High Performance Sport.

She was part of the Team Scotland Medical Team at the 2018 Gold Coast and 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games and part of Team GB at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.

Louise has previously been: Lead Physiotherapist for British Diving; Lead Physiotherapist for British Open Water Swimming Program and Lead Physiotherapist for Aquatics at the Scottish Institute of Sport.

She has also worked full-time for the Scottish Rugby Union, as rehabilitation physiotherapist for one of their professional teams and with a number of the international squads.

Fundamental to Louise's approach as a physiotherapist are her attention to detail and full body approach. She believes in taking a proactive approach to the body, health and well-being with the emphasis that prevention is better than cure. She strongly believes in the value of exercise programs and yoga to supplement everyday performance. Alongside, the role of physical activity for health and well-being.

Louise is also a RYT 200 hour Yoga Teacher, she combines her knowledge and expertise of the body, injury, sport and performance to tailor yoga 1:1s to address individual needs and goals.

Areas of interest

Sports Injuries;
Pre + Post Surgery Rehabilitation;
Return to Sport Plans;
Preparation for Events;
Musculoskeletal Conditions;
Exercise Programs;
Training Plans;
Yoga 1:1s
Physical Activity for Health

Medical secretaries

  • Pure Sports Medicine
  • Pure Sports Medicine Point West 116 Cromwell Road London SW7 4XR
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