I graduated from the University of Bradford in 1997 and started as a junior rotational physiotherapist at Pinderfields Hospital Wakefield. I was promoted over the next few years where I specialised in musculoskeletal outpatients.
In 2002, I started by own clinic in Bradford which I ran successfully for 10 years. In 2012 I was employed within the University of Bradfords Faculty of Health to set up and oversee a new student led physiotherapy clinic. This facility was to help the up-and-coming physiotherapy students apply their skills and to serve the local community with an affordable physiotherapy service.
In 2017, I was looking for a new challenge and went to work for the Department of Work and Pensions, as a disability analyst. This role took me all over the country, and taught me a lot about the importance of holistic healthcare.
I am currently enjoying my return to practice at Tops Fitness and Rehabilitation, where I use my well developed skills with musculoskeletal clients.
In my spare time I enjoy cooking, walking and the outdoors.