Theano Vikatou

Physiotherapist & Pilates

Theano completed her BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of West Attica in Greece. She moved to London and completed an MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the Queen Mary University of London with distinction.

Theano is experienced in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal and sports injuries, with a particular interest in lower limb and back injuries.

Before joining Fix, she has worked in private practice, an NHS sports and dance injury clinic and with the English National Ballet School.

Theano holds a postgraduate diploma in the Biomedical and Traditional acupuncture for Health Care Professionals, certified from the University of West Attica and the Hellenic Physiotherapy Society of Algology- Greek chapter of I.A.A.PT (International Acupuncture Association of Physical therapists). She has been trained in sections of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), health Qigong and Tai Ji from the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Shanghai Qigong Research Institute and Tai Ji health center.

As an ex professional dancer, Theano is passionate about movement and she always try to explore patients’ movement patterns, identifying the structural and functional deficits and address them by providing corrective strategies. She has been trained in Pilates mat and equipment, and currently she is the lead educator at the Clinical Pilates program at the University of West Attica, teaching physiotherapists in the assessment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries using the Clinical Pilates method.

Apart from her clinical experience, Theano is interested in research, and she is currently doing her PhD at the University of East London in partnership with the English National Ballet.

Theano provides individualised and holistic treatment to her patients, with her main focus being to help people to get back to what they enjoy doing and achieving their goals.