I have 30 years of experience in treating a wide variety of sports injuries. Clients include England Cricket, Birmingham Phoenix, Northampton Saints Rugby, Tottenham Hotspur F.C and the London Olympics. I have helped many athletes rebuild fitness quickly and effectively after injury, with a focus on long-term re-education and specific ongoing rehab. I have worked with a range of local private schools, and my main clinic is currently based at Monkton Combe prep school in Bath. I work with many local surgeons, and have helped a wide range of patients recover from surgery – something I also have personal experience of after having a total hip replacement 2 years ago!
My experience in professional sport has shaped my approach to physio. I’ve learnt from experience that small changes to posture and movement can be transformative. My focus is always on the long-term, so rather than treating a symptom in isolation, I look holistically at each patient. My treatment plans are devised with biomechanics and musculoskeletal presentation in mind alongside lifestyle and ergonomic factors. I’m hands-on and practical, and use a range of tools and treatments to suit the individual.
I’m a chartered physiotherapist working in the NHS with a wide range of patients with a variety of conditions. My experience includes post-op recovery, sporting injury rehab, tendon problems and complex pain. I have experience working with children, adults and the elderly and my NHS role requires me to work within multidisciplinary teams, liaising with local GPs and orthopaedic services.
I have a special interest in sporting rehab, working part time for Southampton Football club academy at Bath University, having previously worked at Odd Down FC and Bristol City FC. My approach combines strengthening rehab with manual therapy to restore function, reduce pain and limit the risk of future injury.
I qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2016 after completing my training at UWE.
Appointments available Friday and Monday.