Physiotherapist – Mayfair
  • BSc. Physiotherapy
  • HCPC Registered
  • MCSP
  • Dry Needling
  • Polestar Pilates Comprehensive Studio Rehabilitation
  • APPI Pilates Matwork
Favourite things to treat:
  • Spinal pain and nerve pain, shoulders and pelvis, ski/slope based injuries, and exercise rehabilitation.

Having graduated as a Physiotherapist from the University of Notre Dame in Perth, Australia, Veronica went on to develop her passion for treating Musculoskeletal issues. Through this work, she treated a range of injuries, across patients of all ages, and quickly came to see the benefit of movement therapy as a great treatment solution for people of all physical backgrounds.

Inspired by this knowledge, she went on to complete her Pilates training with Polestar, allowing her to then incorporate the Pilates method into her patients’ rehabilitation programs.

Before moving to the UK, Veronica made a pit stop in Japan, where she spent time working as a Snow Sports Physiotherapist, diagnosing and treating a variety of slope-related injuries. This gave her valuable experience in working with athletes, particularly and the acute phase of their injuries and also final stages as they prepare to return to competition. She returned this winter to top up her experience and manage a Ski and Snowboard Physiotherapy Clinic.

Veronica is highly passionate about the treatment of long-standing pain conditions, particularly spinal, believing that understanding your own pain is a big step towards being able to treat it. She has also completed additional courses with some of the world’s leading Pain Scientists, and aims to bring that knowledge to her patients in a way that is relevant and comprehensible.

Whether it’s recovering from a competitive injury or simply getting dressed in the morning without pain, Veronica’s primary goal is to ensure that her clients reach their goals.

Outside of the clinic, Veronica is an avid traveller who enjoys hiking, running, yoga, swimming and generally being outdoors – although you’ll never find her too far away from a cheeseboard and a good book.