Annie works at our clinic in Bognor Regis, West Sussex

Annie trained at King’s College Hospital, qualifying with distinction in the 1980’s

She initially worked at Southampton General Hospital, before taking up

A senior post at The Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester, where

She was in charge of the Orthopaedic wards and the sports injury gym for 8 years.


In 1994 she took up a senior superintendent post in Muscat, Oman. This entailed a full outpatient list, in house training and teaching at the physiotherapy school.

After meeting her husband there, they returned to the UK 4 years later, returning to Devon where Annie worked as a senior outpatient MSK specialist in Teignmouth Hospital.

Returning to the Middle East (Dubai), she worked for 5 years at the Dubai Physiotherapy Clinic. The clinic was a direct access polyclinic taking referrals locally and internationally, as well as providing physiotherapy for the Dubai Sevens International Rugby Sevens Tournament.

After 2 years back in the UK, working in the Brighton Nuffield Hospital outpatient department, her husband was offered another contract back in Muscat. They  returned to UK after 5 years there, where Annie worked firstly in Muscat Private Hospital and then for 3 years in The German Orthopaedic Centre which catered for a local and international clientele.

Her caseloads over the years have consisted of a mix of acute and chronic, spinal and peripheral musculoskeletal dysfunctions and sports and soft tissue injuries.


She is a State Registered Physiotherapist and a member of the Health and Care Professions Council

Annie has maintained a full post graduate continuing professional development portfolio concentrating on treatments and trends in all fields of musculoskeletal physiotherapy.