Juncal graduated as a physiotherapist in Amsterdam in 2007 and moved to London in 2011 to complete her MSc degree in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at King’s College London.
Juncal is experienced in treating a wide range of sports and spinal injuries, but has a particular interest in the lower limb, shoulder and neck. She has been part of the Tendon Clinic team at London Independent Hospital for over 4 years and is specialised in helping patients with complex tendon injuries safely return to their sport. She is focussed on providing individualised treatment and rehabilitation to help patients achieve their goals; from walking upstairs without pain, to running the London Marathon.
Juncal also has extensive experience in Performing Arts, and is currently working with the English National Ballet School, where in addition to her clinical work she leads the multidisciplinary team. She was the Head Physiotherapist of the National Centre for Circus Arts and has worked with circus artists from touring companies, and for the “Tumble” BBC show.
Furthermore, Juncal is the Module Lead in Rehabilitation in the MSc in Performing Arts Medicine from UCL as well as guest lecturer in other universities. She has recently completed her MSc in Exercise and Sport Science, where she had the opportunity to travel to the United States to assist NBA and NFL players preseason strength and conditioning.