I graduated as a Physiotherapist in Glasgow in 1985 and completed a post graduate MSC in Applied Biomechanics in 2005.
I worked for the NHS for 27 years gaining experience in a variety of clinical areas before retiring earlier this year to concentrate on private physiotherapy practice and spend more time with my 4 lovely children. I have been physiotherapy advisor to the Glasgow Sports Surgery Service since its inception, organising regular clinical lectures in the Glasgow area. I am a visiting physiotherapy lecturer at Glasgow's Caledonian University and have worked in many sports but extensively in football (Celtic youths) and currently in rugby (SRU) as a sports physiotherapist.
I am a physiotherapist who strongly believes that patients should be empowered to take responsibility for their own health and my aim is to assist them to achieve their maximum potential. As a keen runner, I understand the impact injury and surgery can have on patients. I work in Glasgow physiotherapy clinics located in the south-side and west-end of the city however I have close links with physiotherapy clinics across the country and will happily recommend another physiotherapist if it is more suitable from a clinical or location perspective.