Physiotherapists

Nei-Brown
Neilé Brown
                   
Special interest in hip, knee and groin injuries.
Neilé Brown
BSc (Hons) (Physio)

Neilé studied Physiotherapy at University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE) in 2011. His most recent role was working as a Senior MSK Physiotherapist for Nuffield Health in the UK treating patients presenting with both acute and chronic injuries. He actively contributed to reputable health promotion events, including the London marathon in support of Alzheimer’s Research UK and regional half marathon events. In addition, Neilé worked at Hartpury RFC helping to facilitate return to sport for athletes through use of interventions such as individualised exercise programmes, soft tissue manipulation and mobilisations. Neilé has led a number of rehabilitation classes for post-operative ACL reconstructions and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Neilé’s sporting interests include football, weight training (physique competitions) and running (sprinting – 100m/200m events). He also has a special interest in complex hip and groin pathologies

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Kate Ross
                   
Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor
Kate Ross
BSc (Hons), MSc (Physio)

Kate graduated from University College Cork and completed her Masters at Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, as well as postgraduate courses in dry needling and APPI Pilates. Continuing education forms a large part of her professional development, to ensure best practice is delivered to her patients. As a clinician, Kate has a strong focus on manual therapy, Clinical Pilates based rehabilitation, exercise specific rehabilitation and pre/post-operative management. She has an IRFU certification in pitch side traumatology with extensive experience in supporting rugby teams in Ireland. Locally she works with various Dubai based rugby teams

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Rebecca Monk
                   
Physiotherapist
Rebecca Monk
BSc (Hons) (Physio)

Rebecca graduated from the Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 2002 then worked in the NHS both in the adult and paediatric setting. Rebecca moved to New Zealand in 2011 where she worked in private multi-disciplinary clinics treating a wide and varied caseload of acute and chronic MSK pathologies and conditions. Rebecca has a special clinical interest in treating hand and upper limb conditions whilst taking a hands-on approach to delivering patient-focused treatment utilizing manual therapy, soft tissue release, dry needling, and taping. With a passion for sports, she has treated rugby players at local club and professional level and has provided Physiotherapy at the New Zealand PGA on two occasions. A passionate runner, cyclist, and triathlete herself she takes a special interest in treating endurance athletes. She also incorporates Pilates-based rehabilitation into her approach to treatment.

Matt Marney
Matt Marney
                   
Personal Trainer & Pilates Instructor
Matt Marney

Matt Marney has worked in the health and fitness space for 17 years. Before joining UAR he spent 12 years managing a gymnasium and studio within a large orthopaedic clinic in the UK. Matt’s areas of expertise and experience include personal training, studio pilates, children’s weight management schemes, post rehabilitation referrals, functional restoration programmes, stroke rehabilitation and teaching a range of group fitness classes. Matt has a real passion for teaching and learning and he has spent the last 8 years as a tutor and assessor for leading Fitness and Pilates training providers in the UK, and this is a role he continues in the Middle East. Matt is available for 1 to 1 sessions in the pilates studio and runs group matwork and studio classes, including the 4 week ‘Intro to Pilates' course. He also brings his experience as a fitness educator to the education team at UAR offering a range of different courses and education to our patients.

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Kelly Blane
                   
Physiotherapist
Kelly Blane
BSc (Hons) (Physio), OMT

Kelly completed her degree at the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa in 2005 and in 2009 her OMT postgraduate specialisation. She worked in a well-known Johannesburg Sports and Orthopaedic Physiotherapy practice working closely with various surgeons in a multidisciplinary team to be the best help her patients. She moved to Dubai in 2012. She enjoys working with perioperative Orthopaedics focusing on the shoulder, knee, ankle and neuro/spinal cases. Using hands-on treatment, Exercise therapy, Dry needling, Cupping, Neurodynamics and Peripheral nerve therapy. Expertise in cervicogenic headaches and neck injuries, peripheral nerve issues, global biomechanical assessments, post-spinal surgery and ankle injuries. She has a keen interest in Netball, Yoga and Scuba diving

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