Emma qualified from Sheffield Hallam University in 1998 and completed her Masters in Neuro-musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2008, achieving a Distinction and gaining entry to the highly respected MACP (Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists).
“This is a proud academic achievement; which was challenging but has been hugely rewarding, both personally and professionally, enabling me to take my clinical skills to a higher level. I had the opportunity to work closely with many highly respected Physiotherapists and benefit from their wealth of knowledge an experience.”
Prior to joining the practice Emma worked extensively within the NHS and private sector.
“I have worked with a vast array of clients from very different backgrounds. I believe it is essential everyone is treated as an individual and treatment is tailored to their unique goals; be that an elite athlete, recreational exerciser or a workplace warrior. My aim is to dynamically address any factors inhibiting optimal movement, and hence return clients to their activities as soon as possible.”
Emma believes in the power of education.
“I also understand pain can be very distressing, and limit one’s enjoyment in life. In line with this I believe in the importance effective communication and education; helping to reduce anxiety and aid motivation, sometimes all that is needed is simple advice on improving posture or changing the way we move.”
Emma now brings her commitment to the Centre for Complementary Health.
To book an appointment with Emma please contact us today.
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