Originally from Hong Kong, Bernice moved to Sheffield to study Physiotherapy and decided to stay in the U.K. to pursue her career. Bernice qualified with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University in 2016.
After graduating, Bernice worked in the NHS for over 5 years. With this, Bernice gained invaluable experience in all core areas of physiotherapy including Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Neurological Physiotherapy and Respiratory Physiotherapy. Bernice is keen to promote physical activity with all her patients and notably introduced Tai Chi exercises to stroke patients in one NHS Stroke Rehabilitation Centre, which was a great success.
Bernice's passion, however, lies in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, and after gaining her experience in NHS MSK services, she decided to join the White House Clinic to further her career in the private sector.
Currently alongside her MSK physiotherapy role, Bernice 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 diagnosis, implementing early and appropriate intervention, and also recognising the need for onward referral if and where necessary.
Outside of work, Bernice enjoys running, going to the gym and playing golf.