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Shelley qualified from Cardiff University in 1999 and began her career in the NHS where she quickly identified her interests in musculoskeletal physiotherapy gaining valuable experience working in specialist trauma and orthopaedic centres and also working in sport with men’s rugby at County and National One levels.
In 2004 she moved into the private sector and began working at The Police Rehabilitation Centre where she has spent the last twelve years treating injured police officers with a broad range of musculoskeletal injuries in a specialist rehabilitation centre, with the aim of facilitating their accelerated return to full policing duties.
Shelley is experienced in treating a wide variety of spinal, orthopaedic, sporting and work-related conditions and employs a variety of treatment techniques such as manual therapy, myofascial release, acupuncture, taping and functional exercise programmes.
She is keen to invest uniquely in each of her patients and help them realise their full potential, whether it be higher level sporting performance or an improved quality of daily life, whilst ensuring that her patients have a good understanding of the rationale behind their treatment and their personal role within it.
- BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
- MCSP- Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
- HCPC- Member of Health and Care Professions Council
- AACP- Member of Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists
- Pilates Matwork level 1- APPI (Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute)