I qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2015 in Romania and decided to pursue a career in Physiotherapy in the UK following an outstanding summer placement at a private Physiotherapy Clinic in Ipswich.
I have worked in the NHS since 2017. Over the last 4 years I have developed the skills and competence to carry out complex physiotherapy assessments, to formulate a diagnosis and a treatment plan whilst working as an autonomous practitioner. My training and practice have helped me develop a strong foundation of physiotherapy skills including advanced physical examination, manual therapy techniques and exercise prescription. I use these skills to provide a high standard of care to my clients. In my daily practice I meet people with various MSK conditions, I listen to their needs and goals and guide them through the recovery process whilst promoting long-term self-management strategies.
I improve my knowledge and maintain my competency through continuous professional development. I regularly create opportunities to develop and remain abreast with clinical knowledge and evidence based clinical practice in my area of work. I ensure that I reflect on my own practice and adhere to national guidelines and initiatives. I am state registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP).
Outside of work I keep myself fit and active by cycling, jogging and exercising. I volunteer for a local football club providing pitch-side first aid and dealing with acute sports injuries in young athletes. This give me the perfect opportunity to support my local community and socialise with people that have a passion for sports, especially football.
My clinical motto is person-centred rehabilitation through evidence-based practice!