Molly is the Lead Neuro-Physiotherapist specialist at the White House clinic. She qualified from Sheffield Hallam University in 2009 with a 1st Class (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy.
Since then Molly has nearly exclusively worked in Neurology with a particular interest in progressive neurological conditions. Molly has worked in various acute clinical settings including neurosurgical and stroke wards and also in long-term rehabilitation in neuro outpatients, on a specialist rehabilitation unit and in a community neurology outreach team.
Molly has taken part in advanced research with people with Multiple Sclerosis, Huntington’s Disease,Stroke and Motor Neurone Disease and has been involved in international trials as a lead clinical practitioner when working on a secondment for the National Institute for Health Research at the Sheffield Clinical Research Facility. Molly has gained additional post-graduate qualifications as a Physiotherapy clinical injector specialising in the management of spasticity in patients with neurological conditions and completing masters modules in Advancing Practice in Neurological Therapy.
Away from work, Molly spends her time with her husband and two children. She also plays football and netball to a regional level and enjoys playing the piano and violin.