3rd Year Physio Student
After pursuing a successful career in Sport Development and Outdoor Education since the young age of 16, I spent many years engaging with a wide range of clientele in a whole host of sporting and physical activities up and down the country. My passion and constant focus throughout my work and personal life is to offer everyone the best possible opportunity to reach their maximum potential in life, both physically and mentally.
At the age of 30, I took the decision to take a leap and pursue my dream career in physiotherapy with a view of helping people in their more acute, early stages of rehabilitation and guiding them throughout their journey to full recovery. Now I am in my 3rd and final year of studies, I have not looked back since.
I engage in various sports on a weekly basis, and I am a “half-decent” goalkeeper, having recently returned to the sport following my own period of rehabilitation over the years. I am a real foodie at heart, but I also love nothing more than a good old-fashioned dog walk out in the sticks to blow away the cobwebs. My main weakness is being very easily distracted by pets, particularly dogs, so consider yourself pre-warned prior to sharing photographs of your furry friends with me!