Clinical Lead / Sports Therapist
Following a skiing accident which resulted in multiple structure damage to my knee. I had to have knee surgery twice and lots of physiotherapy routinely, pre and post operatively. It was there I discovered the gap between being able to walk around and perform in my sport to the level I had done before the accident. This inspired me to study a degree in Sports Therapy, to bridge this gap and provide immediate care and rehabilitation. I now provide treatment and rehabilitation from day 1 to returning you to the game/sport you love and hopefully beyond to a better athlete than previously.
Having been injured for a number of seasons I understand the psychological turmoil an athlete goes through when injured this has helped me to empathise with my clients to get the best out of a rehabilitation programme.
Outside of the clinic, I was the course leader and lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University on their sport and exercise therapy degree until August 2022. I now teach ad hoc through guest lecturing across universities in the UK and across courses including paramedic science, sports therapy. I also tutor at Sports Therapy UK teaching on a variety of their courses.
I am currently completing a MSc Physiotherapy (Pre- registration) course due for completion at the end of 2024.
I play football competitively for a women's football team, enjoy getting out on the golf course and also fit in some Crossfit.