• BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy (UK)
  • MSc Physiotherapy (UK)
  • Registered Physiotherapist (HK, UK & USA)
  • Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
  • Posture & Movement Dysfunction
  • Dry Needling
  • Pilates Plus Practitioner
  • Certified Onero™ Bone Density Practitioner

My mission is to understand each client on a personal level and motivate them to ultimately self-manage their condition through exercise.

Natalie Fogg

Natalie Fogg

Experience & Background

In 2010, I graduated from Keele University (UK) with a BSc (Honours) in Physiotherapy and shortly afterwards, I returned to Keele to complete a full-time Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy. During this time, I was able to gain further skills including movement analysis and retraining, dynamic ultrasound and acupuncture. After receiving my physiotherapy qualifications, I worked part-time as a fitness instructor, teaching group exercise classes to various ages of adults and children. This allowed me to pursue my other passion of dance and exercise. In 2015, I decided to further my studies in the USA through the University of St Augustine, Florida. After completing courses in pharmacology amongst others, along with the National Physical Therapy Exam, I achieved my licence to practise Physical Therapy in Florida.


My physiotherapy career began in the NHS (UK) where I worked in several different clinical areas, such as surgical, cardiac and orthopaedic, across a variety of acute care and rehabilitation settings. This gave me a great basis to help understand the difficulties that people face when dealing with acute injuries and pain, and the importance of early rehabilitation. After moving to Hong Kong in 2019, I decided to transition into private practice, where I can now utilise these skills amongst others. Since joining Posture Plus, I have completed the Pilates Plus training to further develop my knowledge and skills around exercise-based rehabilitation.

Clinical Interests

Due to my dance background, I am very aware of movement patterns and often notice dysfunctions caused by postural problems. These issues often lead to complaints such as neck or back pain, so after treating the acute pain, I like to use the Pilates Plus programme for longer-term management of these conditions. I find that the combination of manual therapy and exercise-based rehabilitation helps to achieve the most positive outcome.

Personal Interests

I love to keep active by exploring Hong Kong’s hiking trails and I enjoy attending group fitness classes. To balance out all the activities, I like to bake a lot of sweet treats. I also have a passion for travel and love to explore new places.

Future Aims

In the future, I plan to continue learning new treatment methods and techniques, in order to provide the best possible treatment for my clients. I would love to take my knowledge and skills around the world, to help people who do not have such treatment readily available.

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