Location Preference :
South East London, London, South-East England, The West Country (Dorset/Devon/Hampshire/Somerset/Cornwall), Manchest/Liverpool and the surrounding area, Bristol and the surrounding area, the UK as a whole
My Profile Summary - Please contact me for an up-to-date copy of my resume:
Dedicated to providing a high quality service, I have accumulated a diverse range of clinical experience since completing my BSC Physiotherapy degree in 2018, and an impressive list of qualifications.
Homerton University Hospital – MSK outpatients
Homerton University Hospital – Surgical Rehabilitation
The mind-body centre- Outpatient Physiotherapy
Holistic Hub- Community MSK
Old Colfeians Rugby Club
London Scottish, Sports Therapy
SE Therapy Works- Sports therapy and Physiotherapy
Urban Massage- Physiotherapy
Critical care, medical ward and amputee placement
After graduating, I met with my mentor, a Physiotherapist with extensive private and MSK experience, and asked how I could best achieve my dream of becoming the best possible MSK Physiotherapist. She shared that orthopaedic as well as outpatient experience is vital. Having attained both, I would now like to pursue my dream outside the NHS.
King’s College London
Lumbar Spine Assessmentouth West Physio:
The complete outpatient coursewisham and Greenwich NHS trust:
Shoulder Assessment & Treatment- A focus on the Rotator Cuff
Level four diploma, Proactive Training
Interprofessional Pain Education:
King’s College London
Events first aider:
St John’s Ambulance
Lewisham and GreA2 level:
Biology (A*) Physics (A), and Economics (A)
Biology (A) Physics (A) Economics (A) Chemistry (B)
Mathematics, Biology, physics, chemistry, RS and History (A*)
English literature, English language, French and Geography (A)
Dedicated and committed not only to quality care but every aspect of a patients life, I undertake comprehensive assessments, including patients demonstrating diverse, interacting presenting conditions. My Lewisham ward-based placement demanded integrated respiratory, neurological and musculoskeletal care. My educator labelled my assessment and treatment technique selection and skill as outstanding.
Drilled in assessing acutely unwell patients through ICU simulations at KCL and St John’s Ambulance, I utilised this skill extensively in multiple surgical and medical wards and a 5-week Lewisham ICU/HDU placement.
My extensive experience with the elderly stretches beyond clinical practice, through voluntary work in addition to placements, providing a Tai Chi class and one-to-one therapy for Parkinsonian and geriatric patients with musculoskeletal pathologies respectfully. On my annual leave, I ran classes for patients at risk of falls and travelled into the Homerton to help an existing falls class.
I am inspired, and keen to engage in elderly care at Lewisham. Hardworking, I always work late, ensuring patients are safely positioned.
I routinely identify insidious pathologies and am proactive in these situations. At Lewisham’s Musculoskeletal Outpatients, I assessed someone with severe cervical pain, an HIV positive partner, ataxia, impaired reflexes and sensation. After discussing the present complaint and PMH with a specialised physiotherapist, I contacted his GP. Checking for TB, we arranged and analysed a full spinal MRI.
Previous supervisors commended my skill in treating and assessing those with complex neurological impairments or who do not speak English as their first language in outpatient, inpatient and community settings,
I link pathophysiology with safe, evidence-based, high-quality treatment, delivering quality care. Through commended literature, NICE and CSP guidelines, I developed an algorithm matching diagnostic findings to core impairments to a range of adjuscts.
Flexible and driven, I have performed professionally, early in the morning, at weekends and late into the evening.