I trained at the University of the West of England in Bristol and qualified with a Batchelor of Science degree (hons) in Physiotherapy in 2006.
My career began in a large county town hospital where I worked in all departments including Orthopaedics, Neurology, Care of the Elderly, Respiratory and Paediatrics. This gave me a broad spectrum of experience and knowledge which I still use in the care of my clients today. My career then moved towards Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy where I soon developed a strong interest in female pelvic health. I still enjoy working 3 days a week for the NHS which provides me with exposure to a vast range of women’s health conditions and the opportunity to treat them alongside excellent peer support and training.
In the last few years I recognised the need for a Women’s Health Physiotherapy service within private practice and I am delighted to have joined Taunton Doctors. Here I am able to offer my services with longer appointment times, no waiting list, on days and times that can fit around your job and childcare commitments, including Saturdays.
Pelvic health conditions such as incontinence, prolapse and pelvic pain can have a huge effect on a woman’s confidence and wellbeing.
My passion is empowering women to achieve their goals by providing expert assessment and treatment, alongside the practical and emotional support required to follow an individualised care programme.

I am registered with the following bodies:
Health Professions Council (PH79160)
Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (077529)
Affiliate member of the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecology professional network of Physiotherapists.

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