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.
“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.”
"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