- BSc Physiotherapy – University of Brighton, UK (2013)
- Postgraduate Certificate Rehabilitation Studies: Women’s Health – University of Bradford, UK (2022)
From the South Coast in the UK, to the South Coast of New South Wales, I am lucky enough to call Gerringong my home. After qualifying from university in the UK, I worked for the National Health Service in the busy hospital wards and outpatient clinic setting. It is here where I really developed my clinical interest in musculoskeletal injuries and ongoing management. I continued to work for the NHS for 10 years, and later in the private hospital setting, before relocating with my family to Australia.
After the birth of my two children, I experienced first hand, both the emotional and physical aspects of becoming a parent. This inspired me to further develop my expertise and specialize within Pelvic Health, working with pre and post natal care and continence management. This led to subsequent enrollment in my Post Graduate Certificate at Bradford University, which accredited me to become a full member of The Pelvic Obstetric Gynaecology Physiotherapy. I am excited to continue developing my career with ongoing enrollment of courses and continued reading.
I am passionate about helping restore my patients confidence and enjoyment in everyday life; whether that be to continue with normal daily activities, or returning to sports and achieving their personal goals.
My sporting background includes gymnastics and martial arts, however, these days I enjoy running, Pilates and yoga. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my husband and children, particularly being active outdoors and exploring the local environment.