BSc (First Class Hons) Applied Sports Science
BSc (First Class Hons) Physiotherapy
APPI Pilates Matwork lever 1 & level 2
AACP Acupuncture Foundation Course
Post Graduate Modules: Research methods and health improvement in Health and Social care, MSK Diagnosis and Treatment
Kathryn is an experienced, skilled and driven member of the clinical physiotherapy team. After completing the highly challenging accelerated physiotherapy course at Cardiff University in 2008, Kath went on to obtain a physiotherapy position within Aneurin Bevan University Health Board where she spent over 6 years completing rotations in all core aspects of physiotherapy, specialising in musculoskeletal outpatients.
As an extremely proactive individual over the past few years Kath has started a master’s qualification in Advanced Physiotherapy Practice where she is relishing the opportunity to further advance my clinical knowledge and skills; enhancing her effectiveness as a clinician.
Kath has many years’ experience of managing acute sporting injuries, holding the lead physiotherapist post at Crosskeys RFC throughout seasons 2011 – 2018 and seeing them through their most successful season in 2013. The association with the club allowed her to establish important links with local orthopaedic consultants and develop a special interest in the diagnosis, treatment and management of sports injuries and tendon pain.
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Health Care and Professions Council
Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists
Association Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine
As a keen sportswoman Kath has represented her country in both badminton and swimming, however she now combines her love for sport with charity and over recent years has dedicated her efforts to raise funds for the Cardiac Myopathy Association. Away from work and studies, Kath is kept busy and enjoys spending time with her own young family.
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