Steph is one of the newer members of the team. Her experience began at college when she got her first taste of sports science, including biomechanics, physiology and sports massage.
She has since has worked up to the highest level in Sport and Remedial Massage, attaining her Level 5 qualification 3 years ago. She has furthermore gained a Sports Studies Diploma in Higher Education and a Level 3 Exercise Referral Personal Trainer qualification.
Alongside her work at Jonathan Clark Physiotherapy, Steph works in one of the South of England’s major trauma hospital in trauma and orthopaedics. This involves rehabilitating acutely injured patients, ranging from ages 18 to centurion plus, with a range of injuries from soft tissue damage, to polytrauma, as well as elective total knee and hip replacements.
Steph is forever working on her anatomy and physiology knowledge to not only facilitate effective treatment of her sports massage clients, but to help her aspirations to become a paramedic. She is currently studying first response emergency care in pursuit of this goal.
Aside from work Steph is a retired national gold medal winner in gymnastics, reliving this youth in the popular new pole fitness. She also loves to be outdoors and has recently got into paddle boarding, but generally loves being near or on the water!