A combination of working with people, spending half her day in the hydro pool and being active makes the role of physiotherapist a dream job for Rosie.
Rosie set her sights on working at The Physiotherapy Centre when she was still at university. She says: “While studying, I developed a real interest in hydrotherapy. I grew up locally and knew the Centre had a pool, so I made it my goal to work here. After graduating, I gained experience of working in the NHS and spent some time in a hydrotherapy setting which reaffirmed that it was what I wanted to do.”
Since joining The Physiotherapy Centre, Rosie has discovered there are even more positives to working here than she first thought. She says: “There is so much I love about my job. We are really lucky with the facilities and have some excellent equipment. We also have time - time to treat patients how we would like to be treated.
“The rehabilitation journey really excites me. Having access to a gym and hydrotherapy pool means I can tailor treatment programmes to individual patients which really helps them to achieve their full potential. It is so rewarding to see a patient achieving what they never thought would be possible.”
Asking for help is never easy but Rosie promises you will be supported and that she will work with you to get the best possible outcomes.
Outside of work, Rosie is not one for taking it easy – she likes to swim, walk, cycle and be in the fresh air as well as spending time with her family and friends.