I am focused on finding the underlying problem that’s causing the pain or injury rather than just the symptoms.
My sole aim is to help you achieve and maintain optimum health for the future.
I qualified in 2008 with an MSc in Physiotherapy from the University of Birmingham and a BSc (Hons) in Sports Rehabilitation from St Marys College in 2006.
I have spent the last 10 years working at Loughborough University Physiotherapy clinic for treating elite athletes of all sports, as well as being the lead physiotherapist for the Loughborough students 1st XV rugby team and the clinical lead physiotherapist for the University clinic.
I have also been involved with the GB Bobsleigh, GB Judo squad and Leicestershire County Cricket Club and am currently the head Physiotherapist at Solihull School.
What I do:
Graduating with a BSc in Athletic Therapy and Training from Dublin City University in 2016, I went on to work in Private Physiotherapy Practice specialising in Musculoskeletal Injuries. I am also a fully certified Pilates instructor with a keen interest in strength and conditioning.
I gained valuable experience working with DCU Athletic, Elite level Gealic Football (Mayo Senior Gaelic Football), and as the Head Athletic Therapist for Longford Senior Hurling Team.
I have played sports all my life and have suffered a few injuries myself.
As a teenager I had to have a hip operation (FAI) and it triggered my interest in this field. I became keenly interested in how the body works and saw first hand just how important a physiotherapist is in the recovery from injury. From this I was driven to help people achieve their physical goals in life and being a Therapist would allow me to do this.
What I do:
From a young age I have always been intrigued on how I can help people, and always had an interest in the musculoskeletal system so I decided to combine the two to enable me to help you to improve your quality of life through treating your injuries. Alongside this, I also have a love for sport with main interests in football, boxing and golf in which I have played at a high level in my my younger years.
What I do:
I’m extremely passionate about reducing peoples level of pain and discomfort. I also like to see the results of a patients rehabilitation journey.
I have gained a lot of experience predominantly working in rugby clubs (Dudley Kingswinford RFC and Worcester Warriors).
I come from a sporting background and sports therapy is something I have always been interested in from an early age, as I wanted to understand how the human body works.
I have also done previous lecturing in a further education college, where I taught a wide range of sports therapy related topics such a sports massage, injuries and anatomy.
My vision is devoted to getting people out of pain and back to their goals.