I graduated from the University of Leeds in 2008 with a degree in Human Physiology. I then went on to study at the University of Birmingham completing my Masters in MSc Physiotherapy in 2010.
I started my career at the Nuffield Health Hospital in Wolverhampton specialising in Orthopaedics working closely with orthopaedic surgeons in post operative rehabilitation. I later moved back to my home town of Macclesfield to join East Cheshire NHS Trust.
After 2 years I gained a senior role as a Clinical Specialist in MSK outpatients working within a GP practice treating spinal, lower limb, upper limb and paediatric conditions. In addition, I completed my APPI Pilates instructor course and currently teach four classes a week.
Over the last 18 months I have been working in a GP practice providing a first practitioner triage role specialising in musculoskeletal conditions. I have a special interest in acupuncture and sports injuries and have recently begun my Masters degree at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Since the age of 12 I have played hockey for Macclesfield Hockey Club and represented Cheshire. I also enjoy running, the gym, skiing and tennis.