“My aim is to see the whole person and assess and treat in a holistic way. I try to ensure my service enables the patient to gain a greater understanding of their body and how to support well being not just through the rehabilitation process but in everyday life.”
Emily uses detailed observation of posture and movement to gain understanding of how the individual’s function is impacted.
After qualifying at Brunel University in 2008 Emily has worked with a variety of orthopaedic and neurological conditions including paediatrics. She went on to teach manual handling sparking an interest in spinal pathology and back injury rehabilitation. Emily uses manual therapy soft tissue techniques and exercise prescription to support the bodies innate ability to heal.
Emily is qualified in Aquatic Physiotherapy and has experience working alongside Orthotists and multidisciplinary rehabilitation teams as well as experience in community Physiotherapy.
- Special interests:
- Neurological and functional neurological conditions
- Chronic pain
- Hip pain and lower limb biomechanics