Chartered Physiotherapist, Women’s Health Physio, Mummy MOT Practitioner, Clinical Pilates Instructor


Emma graduated from Bournemouth University in 2009 as a Chartered Physiotherapist. She gained experience in the NHS before moving into private practise to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She pursued her interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation to achieve a Master’s degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine from Queen Mary’s University London in 2016, during which she was lucky enough to spend time working with Arsenal FC. Since then she has developed a special interest in sports rehabilitation, in particular running and football injuries.

Emma has completed post-graduate training in Women's Health Physiotherapy and pelvic floor assessment, and is a member of the Pelvic Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy group. Emma has also completed her additional training and is now a certified Mummy MOT practitioner.

Emma is also a qualified Pilates instructor with APPI and believes Pilates is a fantastic way to aid recovery, and to manage long-term musculoskeletal pain. She likes to use Pilates alongside other exercise and sports to improve performance.

As well as traditional physiotherapy techniques, Emma is qualified in Acupuncture with the AACP and will often use it as an additional treatment option alongside her physiotherapy.

Emma has special interests in the assessment and treatment of postural issues, female pelvic dysfunctions/health and functional postnatal recovery.

Emma loves to run, open-water swim, and since moving to the coast has taken up paddle-boarding. Being outdoors by the coast with her husband, young daughter and dog keeps her busy the rest of the time!  

I'm a member of the following Professional bodies:
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CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy)
HCPC (Health and Care professions Council)
AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists)

I am also enhanced DBS checked (formerly CRB)