Sophie Lane

Sophie is a Specialist Performing Arts and Sport Physiotherapist based on Harley Street and Marylebone, London. 

She is on the faculty at University College London (UCL) as the 'Environment and Lifestyle' Module Lead, where she also lecturers in 'Problems with the Multi-Talented Performer'.

She has previously worked with professional performers based in the West End (inc. War Horse, Matilda, Charlie & The Chocolate Factory, Wicked and Billy Elliot), on Tour with Dirty Dancing and The Lion King. Her TV and Film work includes Strictly Come Dancing, the TV series, on Channel 4's 'The Jump', and 'Aladdin' the new Disney Feature Film (currently in post-production).

Before this she worked alongside Saracens Academy RFC, and set up a Physiotherapy practice in the 'Portes Du Soleil, Switzerland' where she worked during the winter season, with skiiers/snowboarders. 

Her clinical interests lie within the Lower Limb, the Knee, Foot & Ankle, and she has an interest in Hypermobility. She also enjoys functional strength training and rehabilitation, with her MSc research thesis looking into "The Effect of a Plyometric Training Programme on Jump Height in Dancers".



MSc Performing Arts Medicine, UCL

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, Oxford Brookes

*Currently training: CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) with the NSCA (National Strength and Conditioning Association)

Vocal Massage

Medical Acupuncture

Spinal Manipulation

Pilates for Skiiers, and Matwork 1, APPI



"Extremely Knowledgable & Supportive"

"After just a few treatments and Sophie’s knowledge of my condition, with her suggesting appropriate exercises has left me pain free and able to return to normal everyday activities"

— S.O.


"I had been suffering from tennis elbow for a number of months and had various treatments before I had a consultation with Sophie. She decided that the best course of action would be to try acupuncture alongside manual therapy, which I had never had before and I felt anxious. I needn’t have been, Sophie explained what she was doing and put me at ease, and my elbow is now pain free."

— C.L.


"I am so grateful to Sophie for helping me get back to feeling human again.

I went to see her not terribly hopeful as an injury I sustained while running had left long term pain. But Sophie tried things that other physios hadn’t and with her support and encouragement I now feel like I am on the road to recovery. Thank you Sophie."

— D.P.