Since graduating from Bournemouth University in 2010, Kerry has worked in the NHS for over 6 years becoming a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. She continues to work part time within this role, allowing her to continue to work alongside the orthopaedic consultants on the ward and in clinics.
Throughout her career she has had a varied caseload having experience within respiratory care, neurology, orthopaedics, women’s health, hydrotherapy, specialist hand clinics and generic musculoskeletal outpatients. The majority of Kerry’s experience has come from working within a major trauma centre for the South of England, rehabilitating major trauma patients suffering from multiple injuries. Treating these patients from critical ward care right through to the hydrotherapy pool and outpatient dry land. Kerry’s current role also involves treating the University Hospital of Southampton staff members.
In addition to her NHS Career, Kerry has worked within the private sector. This has included working in a gym alongside personal trainers as well as within an orthopaedic hospital setting. Kerry encountered a wide range of clients within these roles allowing her to develop a more holistic approach to her treatment.
Kerry has attended training and conferences over the years to further her knowledge and improve her practice to ensure she is able to provide her clients with the best care and evidenced based treatment plans.
Kerry has always had a passion for sport and has played netball at County level and currently plays in Southampton’s Premier division. Her additional interests have included cycling, surfing and recently completing a half marathon. Kerry looks forward to beating her personal best at her next half marathon and is currently training for this.