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Megan Foster

Megan Foster

BSc (Hons) MCSP HCPC

Megan recently relocated to London from South Africa. She completed her Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy with Honours at the University of Cape Town, following which she spent her community service year at a rural hospital on the Wild Coast of South Africa. She has a thorough and professional understanding of musculoskeletal injuries with a strong passion for sports injury rehabilitation, having competed at a provincial level in 7 different sporting disciplines. Megan utilises hands on treatment modalities together with patient specific exercise prescription programs, always working towards the goal of getting her patients back to doing what they love. Over the past few years, Megan has been privileged enough to work with a great variety of patients, giving her first-hand experience in injury management of athletes at both elite and recreational levels. 

Megan has completed further studies since graduating, with a strong focus on sports injury prevention and rehabilitation. She is a qualified Dry Needle Technician, which equips her with advanced skills used to treat muscular dysfunction and pain that she uses in her clinical treatment sessions.

When she is not treating patients, Megan enjoys keeping active and getting outdoors. Whether its running, swimming, or playing hockey she manages to keep herself very busy. Having recently moved to London she spends her weekends exploring the city and planning her next trip to somewhere sunny.

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