I love what I do because it is a challenge! It is extremely rewarding to understand both the local and “bigger picture” issues and thereby help people achieve better function.
Julie completed a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy in 1995. Having spent six years gaining invaluable experience in the NHS, she has been working in private practice since 2001.
Julie has a particular interest in treating lower quadrant problems (lumbar spine / pelvis / hips / knees / ankles / feet).
Over her many years of experience Julie has completed numerous courses and gained an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the bio-mechanics of this interesting and challenging area. Like our other team members approach, where relevant, her assessment includes gait analysis and running analysis.
She is a member of The Association of Foot and Ankle Physiotherapists UK (AFAP) and is an AACP qualified Acupuncturist and has also completed the Thoracic Ring Approach™ & Integrated Systems Model for Disability & Pain series.
"From the reception staff to the physiotherapists themselves, they are all professional, knowledgeable and caring. This is a superb physio centre where the patient is always put first. Nothing is ever too much trouble. I would highly recommend them to anyone in need of physio treatment."
Louise C - Surrey
“Julie was very attentive and helped me to understand how I had got into the state I was in and more importantly how to get out of it, through exercise and supports.”