Emma qualified as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in 1992 and gained a wide range of experience working in both in-patient settings and community settings within the NHS and private practice.
Emma has also gained a post graduate diploma in manipulative physiotherapy at Coventry University. This is for physiotherapists who have reached a recognised standard of excellence in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She is a current member of The Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP).
Emma is in the process of becoming a Jems Practitioner. Jems is built on the basis of neuroscience, biomechanics, psychology and rehabilitation research and is balanced by many holistic movement approaches. By using simple techniques to make new links between the brain and body this can change the way the body responds.This is a methodical, effective method which targets the body’s efficiency of motion, and addresses physical performance as well as injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Emma has experience working as part of a wider MDT and often works closely with consultants and other medical professionals.
Emma is based at PhysioFunction Long Buckby providing treatments for a wide variety of conditions such as skeletal and muscular aches and pains, sporting injuries, post trauma or orthopaedic surgery. Emma also offers soft tissue and joint mobilisation for a range of conditions as well as tailored exercises for patients todo at home or in the gym.Emma, along with husband Jon are the owners and Clinical Directors of Physiofunction, which provides private out-patient and community neurological rehabilitation, musculoskeletal physiotherapy, sports therapy, nutrition and personal training services.