Graduating from Kings College University in 2010, I completed my junior training within the NHS. This was elemental in kick-starting my enjoyment for working with musculoskeletal injuries and patients post-operatively, to see the challenges I could help overcome. I gradually started seeing more sports injuries privately outside of my working hours, and personally became involved in racing more regularly as a runner and entered the competitive world of Triathlon as an amateur. I couldn’t wait for my shift to finish at the hospital, so I could travel an hour back into central London to treat people; from here Apps Physiotherapy was born. I left the NHS in 2012 to take on the private world of Physiotherapy, and it was this experience which lead me to developing Apps Physiotherapy proper, and running my own clinic from home. As an amateur triathlete and an all-terrain runner, my love of treating sports injuries is innate. I am lucky enough to be involved with a fantastic range of individual sportsmen and women, teams and travel abroad with sports clubs - but you don't need to be elite to get help at our clinic.