Principal Physiotherapist and Co-owner of Halo Physio
Michelle qualified in 1999 with a 1st class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy. She became a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in the NHS before moving on to a busy private hospital where she worked closely with Orthopaedic Surgeons, specialising in shoulder and knee injuries.
For the last 11 years she has worked in private practice. In 2012 she set up Halo with Rachael Adams. Their aim is to provide the highest quality physiotherapy treatment for a range of conditions and patients. She has expertise in complex knee and shoulder sports rehabilitation and management of chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Soft tissue conditions involving muscular trigger points, neural tissue and fascia are of particular interest to her. Michelle uses a wide range of manual therapy, manipulation techniques and acupuncture as well as very specific exercise programs tailored to each case. She is skilled in the assessment of biomechanical dysfunctions for sports people including runners, cyclists, rowers, footballers, tennis players and many others.
Michelle was invited to teach on the Sport and Exercise course at Kenilworth Sixth Form several years ago, focusing on a range of topics from anatomy to sports massage techniques. She was delighted to be invited back for the third year running, making this a regular commitment.
Michelle is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP Number 61513), Health Profession Council (HCPC Number PH57090), Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapists and PhysioFirst.