My decision to become a Physiotherapist was driven by a desire to help people reach their health and wellbeing potential. I completed my Physiotherapy Masters at St. George’s University of London, which placed a particular emphasis on holistic patient management and collaborative care.

I enjoy the variety of injuries that we see here at Cranfold. I have a special interest in treating lower limb injuries, especially tendinopathy and biomechanics.

Before completing my Master’s, I gained a First-class degree in Exercise Science at Bournemouth University. Following this I became a Royal Marines Commando and specialised as a Mountain Leader. During this time, I was able to develop many transferable skills to physiotherapy that I use every day.

My personal interests include a passion for endurance sports and the outdoors. I can usually be found training for a marathon, cycling up a mountain/hill, or competing in a Triathlon.

I feel very fortunate to be able to work amongst such a friendly and diverse patient and staff group at Cranfold. My professional values include empathy, education and empowerment and I will endeavor to give everyone the care they deserve.


“I just wanted to thank you for all your help, advice and encouragement. I am delighted with my progress considering that 8 weeks ago it was agony to walk from your car park to your office and now I am back living a normal life and have even returned to Body Pump.

I was particularly impressed with our early consultation where you took time and interest to fully understand my problem and then devised a progressive program to target and eliminate the cause by strengthening and training the surrounding areas.

I intend to build the exercises into my everyday life to try and avoid a reoccurrence of the problem. If I ever need help or advice again I won’t hesitate to contact you.”