About Lorna

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Lorna trained at The University of East Anglia where she qualified in 2007 with a BSc Hons in Physiotherapy. During her training she completed a Sports Injury Module which helped develop her interest in Sports Physiotherapy.

After graduating she began working part time at Reading Football Club for the boys academy players, treating under 10 to under 21 year olds, she then went on to teach the Men’s First Team Pilates and worked alongside the head physiotherapist providing sports massage & treatment.

Whilst at Reading FC Lorna also worked locally in NHS hospitals for three years before moving onto Private work in an Orthopaedic Hospital and then a Private clinic. During this time she gained extensive experience in trauma and elective orthopaedics, working alongside World renowned shoulder and knee Surgeons. Her work included teaching Pilates classes to adults of various ages and injuries as well as mother and baby sessions.

Lorna then went onto work full time in Football for Chelsea Ladies First Team for two seasons. During her last season they were crowned double Champions for winning both the Women’s Super League and the FA Cup. Prior to this new adventure into the IT world she also worked at a Private Sports Injury Clinic at Bisham Abbey. Lorna now works for a Police Rehabilitation Centre alongside instructing Pilates classes and working with clients on a 1-1 basis to help them achieve their fitness and wellness goals.

Sports Specialities

Football, Running, Swimming, Rugby, Horse riding, Snow sports

Team/ Individuals Treated

Reading Football Club Men’s First Team and Academy Players, Chelsea Ladies First Team and Centre of Excellence Players, England Rugby Seven’s Player, Reading Athletics Club, Professional Cyclist

Personal Sporting Achievements

Wolfpack Relay Race from London to Cardiff

Winning the FA Cup and WSL with Chelsea Ladies FC

Reading Half Marathon

Various mini triathlons

Enjoy attending Pilates regularly, Swimming and Horse riding and any Water sport/ Snow sport when I can.

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