'My depth of training, learning and experience helps me to treat a wide range of conditions and ailments. I find it extremely rewarding seeing people benefit from osteopathic treatment.'
My special interest in treating sports injuries started before becoming an osteopath, prompting me to study Sports Therapy at St Mary’s University. I have many years experience in treating elite and endurance athletes of many different disciplines, many of these were triathletes and marathon runners. Due to my professional dance background, I also have a depth of understanding physical performers' injuries.
Although I has a strong background in sports and dance I have also studied with leading experts in the field of visceral manipulation, cranial osteopathy, paediatric health care, obstetrics and women’s health and medical acupuncture. This allows me to offer a wide scope of practice and I welcome patients of all ages to clinic to experience the benefits of osteopathic treatment.
My first career as a dancer took me to hold British and Irish national titles in Irish dance and I was world ranked No.3 for consecutive years. I turned professional in 1996 after graduating from the University of Liverpool performing in Riverdance – The Show in the USA.