After completing a Medical Physiology BSc degree from the University of Manchester in 2019, Harriet wanted to expand her knowledge of the functioning of the body and apply it with practical skills to help injury management, prevention and to promote general well-being in a holistic manner. She completed her MSc in Physiotherapy from Oxford Brookes University in 2022 and her Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Soft Tissue and Remedial Sports Therapy in 2020.
Harriet has had a wealth of musculoskeletal experience, working with the European Transplant Olympic Games (2022), Deloitte’s ride across Britain cycling event and Reading’s women’s football club. She also returned from Verbier, Switzerland, where she was treating and assessing ski injuries and non-sports-related injuries. However, whilst she was in Switzerland, she endured her own traumatic injury in the mountains, fracturing her humerus and damaging her radical nerve. This resulted in the loss of function of her arm and surgery. This experience only fuelled her passion for physiotherapy and helping others, as it allowed her to experience the patient perspective and enabled her to focus and tailor her own rehabilitation to enable her full recovery post-surgery.
Harriet is a keen runner, surfer and has participated in Triathlon events and races. She is happy to help with sporting and non-sporting injuries, anything to get her patients back to doing what they love.