Iliopoulou Anna-Maria was born in Larissa in 1993. She completed her studies in physiotherapy as well as her postgraduate studies in “Advanced Physiotherapy” at the University of Thessaly, where she overachieved and excelled in the third semester.
In the past she has worked in a rehabilitation center, thus developing her clinical skills in the management of musculoskeletal pain. At the same time, he has participated in both Panhellenic and more specialized scientific conferences, such as that of the Fragility Fracture Network.
She is still training in special rehabilitation techniques in order to be informed about the latest developments in the field of physiotherapy. One such special training course is the international certification she holds in the treatment of lymphedema, using the Vodder method. Diseases of the lymphatic system pique her clinical interest and make her actively participate in innovative rehabilitation applications. She is a certified physiotherapist of the Otago Fall Prevention Program implemented in America, which aims to prevent falls in the elderly. In 2019 she completed her research study and dissertation based on fall prevention, which she presents even today at various conferences and seminars throughout Greece.