Lou Imrie

Louise is an extremely experienced Sports Physiotherapist, she has extensive experience of working with Commonwealth, World and Olympic athletes having worked in high performance sport for the past 10 years. Louise currently works with British Swimming, and is part of the Open Water Support Team for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio. 

Louise was ‘Lead Physiotherapist for Aquatics’ at the Scottish Institute of Sport for 5 years driving forward the physiotherapy service for swimming in Scotland. In 2012, Louise was appointed as a ‘Headquarters’ physiotherapist on the ‘Team Scotland’ medical team for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. She has previously worked full-time for the Scottish Rugby Union, and also with the Scottish Hockey Union. 

Fundamental to Louise's approach as a physiotherapist are her attention to detail and full body approach. She believes in taking a proactive approach to the body, health and well-being with the emphasis that prevention is better than cure. She strongly believes in the value of yoga and exercise programs to supplement everyday performance. Alongside, the role of physical activity for health and well-being.



BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MSc Medicine + Science of Sport + Exercise, MCSP, SRP, HPC registered


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