Victoria is a UK trained Physiotherapist and Bowen Therapist. She has extensive experience as a Physiotherapist, working in acute hospitals and outpatient settings in the UK. For 6 years before moving to Hong Kong, she worked almost exclusively in Paediatrics in a large NHS hospital trust, particularly with infants and younger children. She also trained as a Bowen Therapist in 2017, and treats both adults and children with this gentle, hands-on technique.
Victoria has worked with children for over 15 years in varying settings, from a children's hospice in the UK, to a specialist school for children with Cerebral Palsy in South Africa. She has always loved building longstanding relationships with children and their families.
As a Physiotherapist she has extensive experience working with ex-premature babies, children with developmental delay, and neurological conditions such as Cerebral Palsy. She has a focus on early intervention and promoting development of motor skills. She is also able to treat children and adolescents with musculo-skeletal issues such as knee and hip pain and postural back pain. Victoria is passionate about promoting optimal development for children with neuro-developmental issues, and empowering parents and carers to maximise their child’s potential.
Victoria uses Bowen Therapy to treat all ages. It is a gentle, but effective, technique for both structural and more organic issues. It is a whole-body treatment, which can be very relaxing. It is suitable for acute and chronic conditions such as sports injuries, frozen shoulder and back/neck pain. Bowen is also effective for managing skin conditions, such as eczema and psoriasis, digestive issues such as IBS and constipation, migraines, stress and sleep issues.
Victoria has undertaken further Bowen training in Mother & Baby Bowen, which enhanced her skills in treating pre-and post-natal issues, and infant issues such as colic, torticollis and eczema. She has also trained in Fascia Bowen, an even more gentle approach which is exceptionally useful in clients with chronic pain, acute injuries and fatigue, as it is so well tolerated.
Victoria most recently completed training in McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release®, becoming the first Practitioner in Hong Kong to be approved in this technique. This powerful, yet gentle, therapy can be used on almost any kind of scar, whether visible on the surface or not, and can improve the appearance, sensation and circulation of the scar tissue. She discovered this technique after her own surgery experience, where she saw first-hand the profound, and lasting, effects that treating the scar tissue had on her movement, pain levels and the scar's appearance.
Victoria enjoys treating holistically and creating patient-specific treatments that seek to restore balance in the body and mind. She is driven by seeing the positive changes in her clients after treatment.
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