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Ellen Ewer

Pediatric Physiotherapist (at Waab clinic)

Nationality: British


Areas of Specialisation:

Ellen is highly specialised in advanced Physiotherapy for children. She works with all ages from birth to 18-year-olds, with a wide range of conditions from musculoskeletal and sports injuries to neurodevelopmental disorders.

Some of the conditions Ellen regularly treats include joint and muscle pain, infant developmental delay, hypermobility, and neurological conditions like cerebral palsy.

Ellen is extremely passionate about children of all abilities getting the best from their bodies. She works closely with children and their parents to make Physiotherapy engaging and enjoyable as well as beneficial to quality of life.

Professional Qualifications:

Ellen has a first-class honours BSc in Physiotherapy from Cardiff University, UK and an MSc with distinction in Advanced Pediatric Physiotherapy from University College London, UK.

Previous Experience:

Ellen started her career as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in National Health Service trusts in London, including Imperial College London and Guys and St Thomas’.

After a number of years, she realised her passion was working with children and she transferred to the pediatric service in the community in South West London. Having achieved her Masters in Advanced Pediatric Physiotherapy, she returned to the pediatric community service as a specialist Physiotherapist as well as founding her own clinic, Super Kids Physio.

Ellen has also been involved in research and education, working as a research assistant at UCL. She has been awarded several research grants by the Private Physiotherapy Education Fund, the Ehlers Danlos Support UK, the Ehlers Danlos Society, and the Association of Pediatric Chartered Physiotherapists to develop further knowledge and understanding in the field of hypermobility. She has supervised MSc student research projects and presented her research at several international conferences.