Amelia Kinnaird

Physiotherapist - City
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Otago University
  • Dry Needling qualification
  • HCPC
  • CSP
  • Sports sideline management
  • APPI Pilates matwork
Favourite things to treat:

Sports or overuse injuries, ad also pre and post operative rehab – especially shoulders and ankles.


Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council.

Amelia grew up with very active family and attempted every sport she could. This resulted in her spending quite a lot of time with Physiotherapists, which, in turn, resulted in her choice of Physiotherapy as a career.

She completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree at Otago University, and then went on to work as a Musculoskeletal physiotherapist in New Zealand, where she also worked as the primary Physiotherapist for a number of rugby and netball teams, attending team training and weekend games.

To further extend her Physiotherapy skills, Amelia trained in dry needling and Sports Sideline Management.

Since moving to London, Ameila has become increasingly interested in Pilates, has completed her Matwork course and is looking to continue her Pilates training.

In her Physiotherapy sessions, Amelia combines manual therapy with exercise-based rehab to focus on the long-term cause of the injury whilst managing the painful symptoms presented.

Though she is experienced at treating clients of all ages and all walks of life, Amelia particularly enjoys the challenge of managing athletes symptoms while getting them back to their sport as quickly as she can.

She enjoys treating any sports or overuse injuries, also pre and post op rehab especially shoulders and ankles.

In her spare time, Amelia like to run and play netball competitively. With a strong competitive streak, she loves anything active and anything outdoors, she has recently committed herself to running this year’s Paris marathon – with the promise of a second marathon later in the year.