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about me

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For the past 14 years I have worked in a busy clinic setting treating a variety of common, and some not so common conditions. As a former track and field athlete and regular gym goer, I have a keen interest in using my physiotherapy knowledge to not only prevent and treat a range of sporting conditions but to improve performance as a whole. 


Over the years I have worked with both international level rugby and tennis players, in addition to world record breaking rowers, nationally ranked triathletes, track and field athletes as well as youth sports teams.  

In addition to treating all manner of musculoskeletal (MSK) issues I also developed a special interest in Women’s Health Physiotherapy, in particular the treatment of pregnancy and postnatal MSK conditions which I’ve found can make a substantial difference to a woman’s experience of pregnancy, birth and early motherhood. From this interest I pursued further study, completing a portion of the midwifery course at Napier University, Edinburgh in 2016 and have been an accredited Mummy MOT ® practitioner since 2019. I am an associate member of Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP), a specialist branch within the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and based on client experience have been recognised as a ‘recommended practitioner’ in the treatment of pelvic girdle pain (PGP) by the Pelvic Partnership.

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Member of Health and Care Professions Council

Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

Associate member of Pelvic, Obstetrics and Gynaecological Physiotherapists (POGP)

Mummy MOT Practitioner

‘Recommended Practitioner’ by The Pelvic Partnership

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