Steph qualified from the prestigious King's College London in 2010 with a degree in Physiotherapy. Since, she has worked predominantly in the private and sports field. Rugby has been the centre of Steph's profession working largely in the National 1 and 2 leagues of Rugby Union for Cambridge and Bury St. Edmunds respectively.
She has also worked for Cambridge University Rugby League, multiple sevens tournaments and county side Eastern Counties, attending with the senior team in the County Championship finals at Twickenham in 2015. Steph is also due to be working with the England Touch team in the spring of 2016.
As well as having a strong sports background she has worked in private clinics within Cambridgeshire and Suffolk and more recently began working in the NHS for Cambridge Community Services providing musculoskeletal care for adults.
She has also previously worked in Occupational Health and as a qualified manual handling instructor.
Research has been a keen interest of her's and in September 2014, as a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapist's (AACP), Steph was published in the AACP Journal for a case study on the use of acupuncture in a sportsman with chronic post operative knee pain.
Research is an area she is keen to explore more and she is currently looking to begin her Master's degree in the near future. Another one of her professional interests is the treatment of upper limb disorders and Steph undertook additional training to begin a member of the British Association of Hand Therapist.
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