ATO life

By Isabel Millett

Posted: Monday, 21st March 2022 3:59 pm


ATO life. was founded by Abi Onuoha, a Physiotherapist with a true passion for helping others.

At ATO life., we help people strive for optimal physical, mental and social health; we understand the importance of helping people feel themselves again. We don't take any shortcuts or provide quick fixes - the journey takes hard work and dedication from both parties.

Meet ATO Life. founder, Abi

Hello and welcome to my website! I am a Chartered Physiotherapist by background and specialise in therapeutic exercise for individuals managing long-term or chronic conditions, with an emphasis on Yogic, Pilates and Strength and Conditioning principles. My passion for sport and exercise initially led me to study Sports Therapy. At this time, I was lucky enough to work with some of the country's best track and field athletes leading up to the London 2012 Olympics. I was then keen to continue formal study and embarked on a masters in Physiotherapy. I gained more clinical experience in The NHS; paediatrics, neurology, orthopaedics and hydrotherapy to name a few. This gave me a more medical grounding and the concept of holistic care really started to resonate. When graduating in 2015, I worked in the NHS, private practice and managed a small private client caseload. Enrolling onto further courses in Pilates, Yoga, Mindfulness and most recently Lifestyle Medicine has developed my skills since. This, complimented with work experience with orthopaedic consultants, sports physicians and other allied health and fitness professionals has enriched my skills. I wanted to formally develop a service whereby I could offer my skills, expertise and all-encompassing approach to guide individuals to better health and well-being. That's when ATO life was born! When I am not working clinically, I lecture in Physiotherapy at the University of Essex and work to develop my small range of ATO life. products.


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