I have completed a wide variety of courses since graduating, and have a varied skill set including biomechanics, assessment of movement patterns and muscle balance testing, breathing, visceral and cranial assessment and treatment. I believe that to enable full recovery, a thorough assessment must be carried out, before reaching a diagnosis and treatment plan, for each person, specific to their needs.
My clinical special interests include assessing movement pattern and biomechanics, osteitis pubis and chronic pelvic dysfunction, complex injuries, visceral work and breathing disorders that affect both sporting performance, and normal life. She also enjoys assessing and improving running technique.
My clients include international athletes in athletics, diving, squash, and triathlon, and in addition I work with a wide variety of sports, including swimming, cycling, football, and rugby. I have also worked closely with groups such as On Camp with Kelly, helping to educate athletes and minimise injuries.
I have worked with UK Athletics as a consultant since 2000, working at the Olympics with athletics in 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 and now 2016. I have also worked at the World Championships in athletics from 2001 to 2009 and 2015, and the European Championships in athletics in 2002 and 2006. I have also worked at the World and European Cross Country Championships from 2003 to 2012.
I raced for Great Britain at the marathon at the World Student Games in 1993, at the European Championships in 1994, the Marathon World Cup in Athens in 1995 and the World Championships in 1995. I ran my PB of 2.42.42 in Athens, and was coached by Malcolm Brown. My background in athletics to the elite level gives me a great understanding of the treatment and training of athletes.