U is for University

Well, that went rather quickly. I have now passed my first year of a Physiotherapy BSc. It wasn’t even 12 months ago that I decided that would be a course which I would take, and life has certainly been different – and a lot busier, than I expected it would be this time last year. I have learned a lot about research methods, evidence based practice and have come to look at various issues that I see from a slightly different perspective than I did before I started the course. My knowledge of skeletal anatomy has certainly come on a … Continue reading


The Olympics has had some excellent legacies. I didn’t expect it to put me on a path which flung me back into university, but it did. I spent a lot of time with various other therapists and sports people during my 3 weeks in London. I have always been intrigued about physiotherapists, what they do and how they work, and just how different they are to Massage Therapists. I have always been a little jealous of the fantastic array of professional development opportunities available to physios which I have not been able to go on. In order to work out … Continue reading