Ms Lisa Posnett, Physiotherapist

Ms Lisa Posnett BSc

Physiotherapist

BSc

Areas of expertise

  • Back and neck pain, Lower limb; hips, knee, foot a...

Address

  • Pure Sports Medicine, Bank EC2R

    41–47 Threadneedle Street, London, GB, EC2R 8AR

  • About Ms Lisa Posnett

    HCPC number: PH91591

    Year qualified: 2009

    Place of primary qualification: University of Birmingham, West Midlands

    Lisa works as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Pure Sports Medicine, Threadneedle Street in London. Her clinical interests include running injuries, back pain, neck pain, lower limb, chronic pain and pre and post-operative rehabilitation. Her sporting interests include athletics, running, netball, ultras and hockey.

    She worked as a Sports Physiotherapist at Old Loughtonian’s Hockey Club, Physiotherapist at Derbyshire County Cricket Club, Senior Physiotherapist / Vocational Physiotherapist at TBI Health Group New Zealand, Band 6 MSK physiotherapistat South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (SEPT), MSK physiotherapist at Central Essex Community Services C.I.C. and MSK physiotherapist at JC Physiotherapy before joining Pure Sports Medicine.

    Areas of expertise

    • Back pain
    • Chronic pain
    • Lower limb
    • Neck pain
    • Pre and post operative rehabilitation
    • Running injuries
    • Healthcare
    • Fitness
    • Medicine
    • Exercise physiology
    • Bartending
    • Orthopedics
    • Wellness

    Frequently asked questions

  • What are the common symptoms that your patients tend to present with?

    I predominantly treat spinal injuries – neck, thoracic spine and lumbar spine injuries. It can be an acute/sudden onset of pain or long-term/chronic injuries. The other area that I particularly like to work with is sporting injuries, particularly running injuries. This may be an acute onset of any lower limb injuries – knees, ankles and hips – and also chronic/long-term sporting injuries.

  • What are the treatments that you're able to offer your patients?

    Initially, it may be manual therapy, which includes soft tissue massage, mobilisations, acupuncture, etc. I generally like to progress into strengthening or exercise-based rehab program. I am trained in Pilates. Depending on the issue, it will probably involve some Pilates rehab as part of that. If not, then I look at gym-based rehab and slowly build people back up into or return to normal daily living or sport.

  • What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?

    I have a history of working with spinal pain, having worked in New Zealand with a company called the Back Institute, which was predominantly neck and spinal issues and looking at getting people back into working, getting back into sport again. I incorporate Pilates and acupuncture into that. Other area is then sporting injuries. I have a bit of a sporting background in hockey, cricket and athletics. I'm a bit of a keen runner myself. Generally, running injuries, knee injuries, but also postop injuries as well like, for example, postop ACL rehab.

  • Professional memberships

    Other specialists recommended by Ms Posnett

  • Mr Alexander Montgomery, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Mr Alexander Montgomery is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon. He is proactive with physiotherapy and rehab and he is a consultant who would only do a surgery when he felt that it was absolutely necessary.

  • Peter Francis Hill,

    Mr Peter Hill has excellent bedside manner and I trust his expert opinion.