I graduated from the University of King’s College London with a MSc in physiotherapy. Since then, I have worked in a musculoskeletal NHS service, where I helped a wide range of patients manage both their acute and chronic injuries. From there, I moved to a private practice in Tignes, France. I had the opportunity to treat amateur right up to elite level snow sports participants. My time was split between aiding those with acute injuries, straight off the slopes as well as prescribing and working with long term rehabilitation plans for those who were recovering from surgery. My aim was to safely manage injuries and to help clients get back on snow as quickly as possible.
Prior to my physiotherapy degree, I completed a BSc in Exercise and Sport Science at the University of Exeter. This ignited my interest in physiology, biomechanics and psychology and developed my comprehensive understanding of the scientific principles underlying sport and exercise performance.
My aim with physiotherapy is to thoroughly assess and treat using evidence based practice. My intention, is to help you, if possible, return to a higher level of performance than pre-injury. I achieve this through listening to your expectations and goals and working with you to realise them. Regardless of your sporting level, I’m here to guide you through your rehabilitation.
Outside of physiotherapy, I am a qualified ski instructor and have been teaching in Zermatt since 2009, completing many winter seasons. I am in the final stages of finishing my BASI Level 4 ISTD qualification. The journey of completing this qualification has helped me to develop my knowledge of biomechanics, which has helped to greatly inform my physiotherapy practice.
Away from skiing, I try to spend time close to the sea and I enjoy surfing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. In addition, I am a keen runner and take part in regular events.