Kirsty graduated from Teesside University with a MSc. in Sports Therapy, following a BSc (Hons) in Sport & Exercise (Applied Sports Science).
Her passion is to create the most optimal environment for your body to heal, rediscover alignment and to have total freedom from pain or restriction, to enhance your everyday life and performance, and to reduce the risk of injury. Her intention is to guide you and your body to find centre again through utilising a blend of treatment methods (both modern and traditional), such as hands-on manual therapy and postural/gait analysis, alongside movement strategies to facilitate the best solutions for change within your body.
Kirsty has always been passionate about gaining a deeper understanding of the human body so has completed a number of courses to become qualified in Anatomy in Motion (a game-changing approach to eliminating pain and unleashing your body’s full movement potential, as seen on BBC’s Doctor in the House), Rock Tape Fascial Movement Taping and Myofascial Release to name a few.
Kirsty’s experience ranges from ski boot fitting and bike fitting to working as a sports therapist with rugby teams, in private physiotherapy practices and in the NHS as a physiotherapy assistant (for Outpatients MSK, The Pain Management team and The Hydrotherapy team). Allowing her to work with a variety of people from post-surgery clients to athletes, helping with a range of issues from sports injuries to total knee replacement rehab.
Kirsty understands the importance and interconnectedness of the body and mind in relation to rehabilitation and believes in an individualised approach to healing in order to help clients re-take control of their own function in order to achieve long-term results.
Outside of the hub, Kirtsy loves to Surf, swim, boulder and explore the mountains on her bike. A true adventurer.