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Sports Therapist, Business Owner


I initially started running many, many years ago, but would only do it on a treadmill, and in the privacy of my own home. I never wanted anyone to see me running, and the thought of doing it outside filled me with dread. I therefore limited myself to running on a treadmill, in a room behind my garage, in Barwell. I only had a cheap treadmill, and it had no cushioning on the belt, so with every step came impact, and eventually I developed Plantar Fasciitis, otherwise known as Policemans Foot. It is a pain in the centre of the heel, and is excruciating of a morning when you try to put your foot down on the floor after being in bed. I was told to rest it, but found that if I rolled my foot on a frozen bottle of water, it helped. It took a few months, but eventually it cleared up. The treadmill had to go!


I stopped running for a few years, until my daughter got into an athletics competition at school, and wanted to join a club. Off we went to Nuneaton Harriers, and from there I discovered a love of running outdoors. Add to that a commitment to do a Race for Life at the company I used to work for, and my running future was set. Every Tuesday and Thursday evening, myself and my daughter went off to the Harriers and whilst she sprinted on the track, I trundled around Nuneaton with my group. I completed quite a few 5K races, then went up to 10K's, followed by The Great North Run.

As the miles went up, so did the niggles, and I have spent many an hour, and many pounds, on various couches/tables of varying professionals, having my own muscles and fascia pulled, pushed and pummelled, along with other forms of torture! Among the list of things to sort out over the years were - IT band problems, achillies tendonitis, tight calf muscles and a suspected cracked tibia resulting from hypermobility in my ankles, knees and hips.

Trying to get the right shoes is a key thing to keeping your feet/knees/legs/hips in good alignment and minimising the possibility of injury. A good specialist running shop should be able to help you with that. Also don't do the same thing over and over again. Don't run every day, go and do something different on very other day.


I know exactly what it is like to have a good sports massage, and I also know what it is like to have a bad one too (I've had the lot). Sports massage is not about digging into peoples muscles to cause pain. It is about feeling the muscle, locating the problem areas and treating that area. The muscle must be warm and flexible first, then the pain will be minimised. I can't say that it doesn't hurt, as it does a bit, but I try to keep my treatments as painless as possible.


I can empathise with your pains, chances are I have had them, and that is what brought me into the field of sports massage. It is fascinating to know how the body works, and how to help it mend. I love my job, and hope that I can help you too on your active journey to whatever goal you may have.



HCPC No. PH116564

I moved to the UK in 2015 where I graduated from the University of Nottingham school of Physiotherapy.


Originally, I am from Canada where I received a Bachelors in Psychology and a Diploma in Human Kinetics.


As well as working for Sports Therapy Centre, I also work within the Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.


My special interests include sports injuries, back pain, and rehabilitation.

I look forward to meeting you! 

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HCPC No. PH139700

Originally, I am from India where I have pursued my Mcs and Bsc in Physiotherapy, and practised my hands-on for more than 5 years.  

I moved to the UK during early 2023 to work as a Physiotherapist.  Along with working within Sports Therapy Centre, I also work as a specialist Physiotherapist in an NHS based trust, LPT team, Leicester.

My specialist area of interests are adult and elderly people suffering from pain and variable conditions.

I am looking forward to meeting everyone coming in to see me.


Sports Therapy Graduate from Worcester University

I have been working with two rugby clubs over the last year providing injury diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation, pre and post game treatment as well as providing first aid and trauma management throughout the game. For one of the rugby clubs I have provided a clinic during training sessions in which the injured players can have sessions for diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation.


See you soon in the Centre.



Sports Therapist

Being a personal trainer for over 5 years, I've come across many sports injuries.


For this reason, I decided to go into sports massaging and studied at Coventry College, so I can help my clients and other athletes with any injuries that they may have.


As well as working for Sports Therapy Centre, I also work as a personal trainer and fitness instructor at Bedworth Leisure Centre.


My special interests include sports injuries.


I look forward to meeting you soon. 


Sports Nutritionist

I am a very enthusiastic and self motivated individual who enjoys a challenge. My friendly and outgoing personality helps me guide and motivate clients to achieve their health and fitness goals.



  • BSc Degree in Sports Science

  • Weight management and Nutrition

  • YMCA Gym Instructors

  • IIST Sports Massage Certificate

  • IIST Sports Massage Certificate

  • Boxercise Instructor Certificate

  • Tomahawk Indoor Cycling

  • Preliminary Award in Speed, Agility & Quickness (SAQ)

  • Certificate in Exercise Prescription for Pre and Post Natal Clients

  • Active IQ Level 3 Award in Designing Pre and Post Natal Exercise Programmes

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