HCPC registered and CSP Chartered Physiotherapist
Since graduating from the University of Sydney in 1995 Noelene has gained a wide variety of experience in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy both in Australia and here in the UK. In Australia she was lucky to be mentored by an expert at an elite sports private physiotherapy clinic and gained invaluable experience working with a wide variety of elite athletes, which included runners, dancers, triathletes, rugby players, martial artists and other unique sports such as athletes competing in surf lifesaving national championships.
In the UK she continues to work in both the public & private sector.
Ambition Health & Performance, Victoria, SW1V 1EL
Here she works alongside Jeff Murray and his team of highly experienced Paul Chek Method 'Corrective Exercise Trainers' since 2009. They often work together when helping clients rehabilitate from injury. There are also excellent sports masseurs / soft tissue therapists available within the clinic.
Sprint physiotherapy, Paddington, W2 1NY
Since July 2019 Noelene has extended her availability by working with Sprint Physiotherapy, led by respected colleagues Valentina Roffi and Anj Periyasamy. Noelene provides a Clinical Specialist role within the team and also sees her own caseload.
NHS public work:
Noelene has worked as an Advanced Lower Limb Physiotherapy Practitioner for Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust since 2009, which involves working alongside consultant orthopaedic surgeons and sports specialists within their clinics and also leading the physiotherapy team in the best evidence based management of lower limb conditions. She previously specialised in both spinal and lower limb problems at Guy’s & ST Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust from 2005- 2009, but since 2009 she has focused solely on the lower limb.
She is a Founding Member, Trustee and Chair of the educational charity the Association of Foot & Ankle Physios & AHPs (AFAP), which aims to improve the care of patients suffering with musculoskeletal foot & ankle problems.