Consultant Physiotherapist / Women’s Health Specialist
  • Registered with HCPC
  • Registered with CSP
  • Bachelor of Physiotherapy
  • Dry Needling Qualification
Favourite things to treat:

Shoulders, knees, necks and lower backs.


Registered member of the Health and Care Professions Council.

Graduating from the University of Notre Dame in Australia in 2010, Kendall spent several years focussing on her passion for sport and wellness, working in several private clinics across Perth and also with the city’s hockey and AFL (Aussie Rules) teams. She was the Head Physiotherapist/ Trainer for one of the top hockey clubs in Perth, working with some of the Olympic Kookaburra players.

In 2014 she moved to London, where she continues to promote healthy living in such a fast-paced city.

Kendall takes a hands-on approach to treatment, using a combination of manual therapy, dry needling, Pilates and exercise rehabilitation. Combined with her focus on client education and motivation, she believes that her patients will not only see improvements with pain and movement, but will also see a corresponding improvement in their quality of life.

Throughout the ten years of Kendall’s experience, her interests have continued to develop, particularly in the area of Women’s Health. Keeping women fit and healthy throughout their lifespan has become something that has grown in the industry as more and more is learnt about its importance. With her sporting therapy background, Kendall loves working with women at any stage of their fitness journey. Enabling the safe introduction or continuation of exercise along with giving advice and treatment even throughout pregnancy, postnatally including the effects of childbirth and into perimenopause and the menopause years, is an area that Kendall particularly enjoys in practice.

As one of Ten’s specialist Women’s Health Physio leads, Kendall has upskilled in these areas to also be able to assess the pelvic floor through internal examination, and then tailor treatment of bladder issues – such as incontinence –  accordingly.

Growing up in a very active family, Kendall’s free time was spent around sport both as a spectator and a competitor. Water polo, swimming and netball were key elements in her family’s sporting year (along with a range of resulting shoulder injuries). Perhaps unsurprisingly, this remains one of her favourite area to treat.

Kendall may be small but expect a big personality, matched by a keen determination to get you back to where you want to be.