Sangi is one of West 1 Health's specialist sports physiotherapists and boasts extensive experience in providing first class preventative and rehabilitative care in a professional sport environment.
After qualifying from Kings College University, she started her career at London’s prestigious Royal Free Hospital whilst also working part time for Crystal Palace Football Club. Her passion for sport was such that she elected to specialise in this field of therapy and spent a decade working with some of the best-known sporting brands in the UK.
After a period as Head Physiotherapist at the Crystal Palace FC Academy, Sangi moved to manage the care of the first team squad at Queens Park Rangers. During her time at QPR she was a key member of a medical team responsible for implementing ground-breaking integrated preventative care.
The approach was so successful that during the 2011-2012 season, the club held the record for the fewest injuries in the Premier league campaign.
After completing her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy, she went on to complete her post graduate qualification in Sports and Exercise Nutrition.
Sangi now splits her time between private practice, Athletics and the World Tennis Association, working most recently at the IAAF World Championships and the 2017 Wimbledon qualifiers.
Having extensive experience in the treatment of lower limb injuries whilst working in professional sport, Sangi is a leading expert in this area as well as having a specialist understanding of hyper mobility syndrome in sports.
She is a keen tennis player, having represented England in her competitive career. She also enjoys Boxing, Yoga and writing.