Originally from Nottingham, Emma moved to Sheffield to study and ended up staying due to her love for the outdoors and the nearby Peak district. She graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2017 achieving a 1st BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy.
Since then, she has worked for Sheffield Teaching Hospitals gaining experience across the core areas of respiratory, medicine, spinal cord-injuries and MSK outpatients. After finding her interest and passion for MSK, she specialised within this area working on Major Trauma Orthopaedic wards.
From this, she went on to work in the private sector continuing her work in MSK and developing her hands-on skills. During this time, she further broadened her skills by completing courses in Acupuncture and Pilates, which she uses as part of her patient treatment. She is enthusiastic for the ethos of Pilates with a particular emphasis on core strength to improve general fitness and well-being and is excited to be a part of the White House Clinic Pilates & Studio team.
Currently alongside her MSK physiotherapy role, Emma 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.
In her spare time, Emma enjoys staying active by running and has completed multiple half-marathons, going to the gym and swimming.