Originally from London, Abbie graduated in 2015 from Sheffield Hallam University with a First Class BSc (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy. During this time, Abbie fell in love with Sheffield and running in the peak district and couldn't move away.
After graduating, Abbie spent the next 5 years in the NHS rotating through various departments, working in all areas ranging from Respiratory to Neurological Physiotherapy, but she found her passion in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She worked in the NHS MSK service gaining invaluable experience of evidence-based practice. She then decided to branch out to private practice and joined the White House Clinic in 2021 to have the freedom to spend more time with individual patients.
Currently alongside her MSK physiotherapy role, Abbie also works as a First Contact Practitioner (FCP physiotherapist) in General Practice for the White House Clinic. This role relies heavily on her ability to make rapid and accurate diagnoses to ensure patients receive the best treatment available as soon as possible.
When she's not in the clinic helping people stay active and healthy, she's running herself and can often be found on the step of a podium at local and national races. She qualified for the championship place at the London Marathon and hopes to qualify for Great Britain in 2021 to compete at the World Championships in Duathlon.
Abbie is a run leader for Steel City Striders running club and truly believes in the restorative powers of exercise and the outdoors.