The aim of physio treatment is to help restore movement and function after an injury, illness or disability. Physiotherapy encompasses a variety of treatment techniques such as soft tissue release, joint mobilisation, exercise prescription, rehabilitation and electrotherapy (TENS/ultrasound).
In conjunction with physiotherapy, Rosie uses yoga and pilates techniques to improve body awareness and ability to manage symptoms in the long term.
Rosie can also help with prenatal or postnatal conditions such as back pain, pelvic pain, nerve pain or help you to get back in peak physical condition following the birth of your baby.
Physiotherapy for Children
Rosie is very experienced in working with children.
Physiotherapy for children has to adapt to the growth and development of the child. Rosie will carry out an in-depth assessment examining posture, gait, strength, tone, joint range of movement as well as motor skills.
To book an appointment with Rosie please call: 01603 514195.
Rosie is an experienced physiotherapist specialising in the care of musculoskeletal injuries, pre/post natal and children's physiotherapy. Rosie qualified from the University of East Anglia with an MSc in Physiotherapy in 2008. Since then, Rosie has gained a vast amount of physiotherapy experience having worked for Norfolk Community Trust in stroke rehab, community Physiotherapy, musculoskeletal physiotherapy & paediatric physiotherapy. Rosie progressed to a senior level quickly and worked in the acute setting at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital for 5 years, specialising in orthopaedics, musculoskeletal physiotherapy & children's physiotherapy. Rosie has subsequently spent time working at a specialist unit for children under 5, at The Royal Free Hospital in London and now works at a specialist level at The East Anglia Children's Hospital 3 days per week. Rosie has in addition, experience of working in private practice and with elite sports teams and has a special interest in the management of musculoskeletal injuries in adults and children.
Rosie enjoys staying fit and active and has found yoga and pilates to be an excellent addition to her physiotherapy "toolbox". Applied clinically , combined with physiotherapy knowledge , yoga & Pilates can be extremely useful in treating and preventing and many types of injures. Rosie has trained with The Pilates Institute, APPI (Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute) as well as having undertaken a 200 hour Yoga Alliance & 500hr Yoga Alliance certification courses. She is trained in both pre-natal and postnatal yoga & pilates and particularly enjoys working with women throughout pregnancy and postnatally.
Rosie has in addition, completed many post-graduate courses in physiotherapy such was Kinesiotaping, Manual therapy, Mulligans Techniques, Muscle Energy Techniques as well as Masters level courses in Acupuncture for Physiotherapists (University of Hertfordshire) and Advanced assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injuries (University of East Anglia).
Rosie also has a degree in Psychology which has influenced her physiotherapy care and takes into account the full person, life experiences and works in holistic manner to help you find the best way to manage your condition. Rosie is fully registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and the APCP (Association of Chartered Paediatric Physiotherapists).
|Physiotherapy-Initial (Adults/Children)||50-60 mins||£55|
|Physiotherapy Follow up (Adults/Children)||30-40 mins||£55|
|Pregnancy Physio Yoga||1 hour 15 minutes||6x sessions= £55, Drop in rate £10|
For more details about Rosie's work visit her website
To book an appointment with Rosie, please call: 01603 514195