Rosie qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2013 having completed a degree in Sports Science at Oxford Brookes University followed by a Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Essex.

Since qualifying she has worked in the NHS, private sector and at major sporting events, gaining a wealth of experience and knowledge. She has trained and become certified as an APPI matwork and reformer Pilates instructor as well as a Yoga Alliance 200YTTC instructor and applies both movement techniques and principles to her practice.

Rosie has always had a keen interest in treating musculoskeletal injuries and has a wealth of experience in using and improving movement patterns in her clients. She is also a specialist in pelvic health, particularly women’s health and is trained as a Mummy MOT Practitioner. She loves helping this client group and has a particular interest in how to safely return to exercise after giving birth. She is also very competent at helping women during their pregnancy to settle any aches and pains and maintain a level of function and exercise during their pregnancy. She loves seeing people using exercise to help improve their physical and mental well-being.

Rosie is trained in Shockwave Therapy here at Bristol Physiotherapy Clinic, a cutting edge treatment for persistent tendon problems.

Rosie has an avid interest in a variety of sports; land and water based. She enjoys running, swimming, sailing, kitesurfing and wakeboarding.