In my 20 years of experience I have sought out as many new techniques as possible, giving myself the tools to fix an array of injuries. I enjoy treating the more complex, as I love the challenge. My focus is primarily on biomechanics (how the body moves), and by looking at the whole body I can treat to gain quick and lasting results.
I also understand the importance of continued participation in sport with injury. This is a skill I have developed working with many sporting elite, including the British Cheerleading squad who won gold at Worlds, a World championship Iron Man, a gold medal Olympian rower, a GB Masters marathon runner, even a Strong Man during his UK competition. I also excel at treating the people with unusual or complex pain issues.
Qualifying in 2000 I started my career within the NHS, gaining experience throughout the health service. This broad base of experience has given me a greater understanding of conditions and rehabilitation. I then moved to New Zealand where my love of treating spots injuries started. Since 2005 I have been working in a Private Clinic treating necks, backs, sporting injuries and post-operative rehabilitation.
I have a keen love of sport of varying kinds, horse riding, netball which I played at club level, more recently tennis, as well as running, spinning, strength training and yoga. I have a very complex body myself to very often have to “fix” myself before getting back out on court.