Maddy also believes in taking into account any biopsychosocial and lifestyle factors that may be contributing to her patients’ conditions as part of her treatment. She enjoys helping to empower her patients to make informed decisions about their health, and finds that encouraging her patients to take an active approach in their rehabilitation journey helps achieve the most positive long-term outcomes.
Maddy is passionate about helping athletes with injuries and dysfunctions to get back to doing what they love and to achieve their goals. Her experience as a former swim coach has provided her with a rare insight into the role Physiotherapy and Clinical Pilates can play in sports injury prevention and rehabilitation and she has worked with athletes up to an Olympic level to reduce their risk of injury and improve their performance.
Aside from her interest in sporting injuries Maddy also has a passion for women’s health and helping people who suffer from headaches. She also has experience treating a range of patients from a variety of settings including paediatrics, pre and post-surgical rehabilitation and oncology.
Away from the clinic you can find Maddy keeping active at the gym or in the pool, sipping coffee and spending time with friends and family.