I completed my BSc in Physiotherapy at Coventry University in 2009. I then worked in the NHS for five years, initially completing my junior rotations, and then specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. In 2014 I started working in private practice in Leicester, and at the same time completed my MSc in Manual Therapy at Coventry University. This resulted in gaining membership of the MACP.
In 2017 I took on a role leading the outpatient department in a private hospital in Nottingham, where I worked closely with both orthopaedic and sports medicine consultants in treating musculoskeletal patients. I now teach four days a week at the University of Leicester, focussing on musculoskeletal physiotherapy and anatomy. I also continue to see musculoskeletal patients in private practice.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. Modules: Appendicular Anatomy, Axial Anatomy, Clinical Skills - MSK, Introducing Practice, Pathophysiology.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy - Coventry University 2009
MSc Manual Therapy - Coventry University 2017