Graduated in 1991 from GCU (BSc Physiotherapy). Kirsty initially worked in the NHS before commissioning into the army and becoming an officer in the RAMC. She spent the next six years in the demanding environment of the army aiming to return personnel to peak fitness.
Kirsty left the army and moved into private practice joining Physiofocus in 2005. As a competitive horse rider she enjoys treating riding related injuries as her knowledge allows her to look at the problem from both sides. She has a special interest and experience of working with patients with facial dysfunctions such as Bell’s Palsy or post maxillofacial surgery.