Natalie graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2014 and has since then worked between
the NHS and private settings. During her time in the NHS, she gained a variety of experience within
ward based and outpatient settings, particularly in Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and
Now as Lead Physiotherapist of our Radlett clinic, Natalie specialises in Womens Health issues, including the post-natal assessment ‘Mummy MOT’, as well as pelvic floor assessment and rehabilitation for a wide variety of issues such as pelvic pain, incontinence and pain when exercising. Natalie is also qualified in acupuncture and dry needling, and uses both to treat a variety of new and existing muscular and joint issues.
Natalie has worked within a semi-pro sports setting, previously working as the Lead Physio at Hemel
Hempstead Town FC. Here, she treats a range of sporting-based injuries and works with the players
and staff to get them back on the pitch as soon as possible.
Natalie uses a wide range of techniques to ensure her patients achieve a quick recovery. These
include soft tissue work, dry needling/acupuncture and manual therapy, combined with progressive exercise programmes to
compliment these treatments. Shockwave therapy and taping can be used as adjuncts to these.
Natalie also enjoys using Pilates based exercises, where appropriate, to help her patients achieve
Away from Physiotherapy, Natalie enjoys dog walking and swimming.
Specialist Interest: Sports Injuries, Womens Health