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During this period and until today she has attended a number of seminars and conferences in clinical pilates, acupuncture, sports physiotherapy, pelvic floor rehabilitation, scoliosis/kyphosis etc, as a part of her continuous professional development (CPD) plan.


She returned back to Greece in 2016, and took the role of Programme Leader of BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy in Mediterranean College, Athens for 2 years.


In summer of 2019, she opened and running her own Physiotherapy Clinic ‘Physiotime’ at the city centre of Athens.


Rita Tamiolaki


Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist Clinical Pilates Instructor, APPI trained, UK Women’s Health, POGP, UK

Rita Tamiolaki is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist with special clinical interest in manual therapy, clinical pilates, scoliosis/kyphosis and women’s health. She started her studies in 2004 at the Technological Educational Institute (T.E.I) of Athens. She graduated in 2008 and then she worked for 2 years in private physiotherapy clinics treating patients with musculoskeletal disorders. She studied her Master Degree at University of Birmingham (2010-2012) with specialisation in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and more specifically in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy (OMT). Following her studies in 2012 and until July of 2016 she worked within the National Health System (NHS) of England at the Outpatient departments of Broadmeadow Health Center, Weston General Hospital and Clacton & District Hospital, treating patients who experience musculoskeletal problems (muscle- tendon- bone injuries, sport injuries, post–operative patients, spinal problems and chronic conditions).

My vision is to re-educate patients on their attitudes and beliefs with regard to their musculoskeletal/physical problems/conditions.


My aim is to change their health culture from passive to active, in order to be actively involved in their rehabilitation process and self-manage their conditions for a better quality of life.

Rita Tamiolaki

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