Having qualified from Pinderfields School of Physiotherapy in 1995 Linzi initially worked abroad in Canada before returning to the UK to work in both the NHS and Industry for Toyota UK as a Specialist Out-Patient Physiotherapist. With a specific interest in sports including triathlons and equestrian pursuits Linzi joined the White House team in 1999.
After short break due to having 3 girls Linzi returned to the NHS as an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner and progressed through her Advanced Physiotherapy learning including additional skills of Acupuncture, Injection Therapy, Radiology and Imaging Interpretation and Rehabilitation Skills.
Running a local UKA running club, her interest in running/ triathlons continues as do several Equine sports with having 5 horses and 3 very competitive children! Linzi has experience of assessing/diagnosing and treating a wide range of Orthopaedic and Musculoskeletal conditions - both the acute injuries as well as management of more long-standing conditions.
Linzi is excited to be a part of the White House team and looks forward to continuing her learning and sharing of knowledge she has gained with the Team/Clients.