How can I help you improve your health?
I completed my Physiotherapy degree at Cardiff University in 2000. In 2006 I completed a two year post-graduate certificate in manual therapy at Curtin University in Australia and I also became a full member of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine (SOM).
During my Physiotherapy career I have worked extensively within the NHS and the private sector. I have a wealth of experience in the treatment of both sports specific and non-sporting injuries, including spinal pain.
Previous roles have included working at a specialist knee injury clinic, the Jonathan Webb Clinic. There, I developed a breadth of experience in the assessment and rehabilitation of both routine and complex knee injuries. In addition during another previous post I gained significant experience in the treatment of whiplash related disorders and I was involved in the creation of a successful telephone triage service for musculoskeletal injuries.
My treatment approach is tailored to each individual with particular attention given to functional goals. I use a combination of techniques in my patient management, which include mobilisation and manipulation, soft tissue release, specific exercise rehabilitation and acupuncture. Outside of Physiotherapy I enjoy running, playing football and squash. I am also a keen snowboarder and a coffee fanatic!’
- BSc Hons Physiotherapy
- PGc Orthopaedic Manual Therapy
- Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
- Health Professions Council
- Society of Orthopaedic Medicine - Full Member
- British Medical Acupuncture Society - Full Member