Rachel qualified in 1999 from Nottingham University with a first class hons degree , and student of the year award. She worked for four years at the NHS Cedars Rehabilitation Unit, treating orthopaedic, work and sports related injuries, whilst doing self employed work with Nottingham Rugby Club and BUSA (British Universities Sports Association). In 2004 she left Cedars to work at Loughborough University within Sports Medicine Services.
As well as the Heathcoat Street Clinic, Rachel also works at Loughborough and Nottingham Universities, with GB Rowing and the GB Wheelchair Tennis team. She has worked with National level athletes in a variety of other sports such as Football, Golf, Athletics, and Tennis.
Rachels approach to treatment is to work with the patient to get to the root of the problem, rather than treating the symptoms. Treatment techniques include manual therapy, joint mobilisation, soft tissue work, specific exercise prescription and acupuncture. You will recieve a full explanation of the diagnosis, treatment and expected recovery times.
She has experience with athletes of all abilities, ages, and a wide variety of sports, and will provide you with the same thorough assessment and treatment ,whatever your level of activity or age.