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B. Sc. Physiotherapy, Hons
Master’s of Public Health, UTS
Emily hails from the North West of England. She qualified in 2009 from Northumbria University and started her career working in a large NHS hospital setting, caring for people in; paediatrics, neurology, cardiovascular, trauma, elective orthopaedics and musculoskeletal outpatients.
To escape the UK’s inclement weather, Emily moved to New Zealand and worked privately at two Physiotherapy clinics in Wellington. Here Emily trained in Clinical Pilates and widened her scope of practice in the management and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries. During this time she worked in a certified McKenzie clinic specialising in management of acute neck, shoulder and low back injuries. Emily has spent the past 4 years working in diverse practice settings in the Inner West, working with adolescents, pre and post natal women and seniors, allowing her to hone her skills in the treatment of musculoskeletal and sports Physiotherapy, as well as in depth patient education. Her passion for health prevention, promotion and optimising patient outcomes and experiences led her to complete a Master of Public Health at UTS.
Emily was involved in an array of sports from an early age including; swimming and representative cricket, netball and athletics. Consequently, she had a few visits to see the physiotherapist herself so speaks from experience.
Emily has worked with representative rugby teams and professional athletes and has a strong orthopaedic rehab background. Emily supplements her hands on treatment with dry needling and educating patients about their injury to improve outcomes.
Emily and her husband Tom welcomed a long limbed little lad Joey into their lives in 2021 and are loving navigating their new role as parents.
Emily really is the jill of all trades when it comes to her Physiotherapy skills and her personal experience of pregnancy and recovery has further enhanced her offering. Her passion for health prevention and promotion led her to completing a Master of Public Health at UTS.
In her spare time, Emily enjoys cycling, running and boxing classes. She loves dining out and is enjoying exploring all the baby friendly beer gardens and venues around Sydney.
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