Ms. Umana Noordeen qualified as a physiotherapist in 2004 from the University of Birmingham with honours and went onto complete her Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy in 2009. She is a highly experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist with over 10 years of practice working with various institutions in the Maldives and the UK.
In addition to private practice Umana’s interest in sports physiotherapy has lead her to work with athletes ranging from elite track and field Olympic medalists to amateur marathon runners. Umana is the lead physiotherapist for the Maldives Olympic Committee and looked after the team at the London 2012 Olympics and Glasgow 2014 Common Wealth Games. She is on the Medical Board for the Asian Olympics Committee, and she has also gained valuable experience working at elite training camps in Jamaica. Umana believes in health promotion and focuses her practice on addressing the root causes of injury through biomechanical analysis and injury prevention methods.
Umana continues to promote healthy living and keeps herself informed with current research and innovative practices to ensure her patients get the best possible treatments. She believes in a multi disciplinary team approach to patient care and works closely with consultants and personal trainers.
- Acupuncture Practitioner
- Sports Injury / Injury Prevention
- Tension headaches