I have always had a passion and affinity with animals and having decided to pursue a career in physiotherapy realised I could achieve my goal of being a qualified physio whilst working with animals and their human friends every day of the week.
I get significant job satisfaction when I see horses and their riders out competing again, horses winning races or dogs being able to go for a walk with their owners. Those messages recieved saying "you will never guess what we did" is the resason I love my job! 

I qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2010 having gained my BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Birmingham.


I worked as a Physiotherapist within the NHS in Shropshire, both in musculoskeletal medicine and acute medical care. I then trained at the University of West of England for my Masters in Veterinary Physiotherapy. In 2014 I moved to Herefordshire to work for a successful physiotherapy practice specialising in animal physiotherapy prior to setting up my own business and have gained two years of vast experience and knowledge.


When not working I spend my time riding and competing my Aunt’s horse Taz, walking Lexi the whippet, attending national hunt race meetings and getting out on my bike enjoying the beautiful countryside.