The University of Toronto, Canada
NHS – The Royal London Hospital; UCLH (Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapist) and various locum roles
Private Practice (Canada) – Musculoskeletal, Women’s and Men’s Health and Sports Injury Clinics
Born and raised in Vancouver, Canada, Francesca grew up running, cycling and skiing in the wilds of the west coast. After crossing the country to complete her undergraduate degree and captain her University Varsity Hockey team, she became a research assistant in a pelvic floor rehabilitation lab. It was here that she found her passion for pelvic health and she went on to complete her MSc at the University of Toronto. She worked for various private practices in Canada, but, hungry for adventure, she found herself in London in 2016 and is still here!
Francesca enjoys pursuing a varied career in both sport and orthopaedics as well as Pelvic and Women’s health. She is especially passionate about combining her skills in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy with her women’s health background to help women get back to sport and activity post-partum as well as to ensure all women have a functional, strong pelvic floor. Francesca was a Physiotherapist for the BC Winter Games, and got to meet Prince Harry while working as a Physiotherapist for the Invictus Games in Toronto. She has also worked for a ladies premier league football team and for an elite girls football team from Ghana. Before coming to the UK, she was on the board for the Women’s Health Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association for 3 years.
When not at work, Francesca enjoys competing in long-distance triathlon and travelling the world!
Completing my first full Ironman Triathlon
Sushi - I can actually make decent sushi!
Tofino (Vancouver Island) - to surf the big Pacific West Coast waves
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Jessie Bull – 23rd May 2019
After years of pain in my shoulder and neck I saw Tim Galliver and he really made me feel comfortable and understand the mechanics of…
Sarah – 22nd May 2019
The Pilates is great. Zoe is awesome. Martin is a pretty average physio. As he is leaving I have switched to someone else and hopefully…
Catherine – 22nd May 2019
Friendly and welcoming reception staff. Great treatment from Jeremy who took time to explain reasons for my condition and how the treatment will help me.…
Stuart Davies – 22nd May 2019
Prognosis and treatment have been professional, clear, calm and effective.