Emma qualified from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen in 2000. She started her physiotherapy career in the NHS, working in York and Leeds where she began to specialise in musculoskeletal conditions. At the end of 2005, Emma moved to Melbourne, Australia where she worked in both private orthopaedic hospitals and private clinics, treating a variety of post-operative conditions and musculoskeletal injuries. She also undertook extensive Clinical Pilates training and spent some time working in a Clinical Pilates clinic using this method as a treatment for chronic condition management.
In 2012, Emma moved back to the UK and settled back in Yorkshire. Since returning to the UK, she has worked in private practice. Emma worked in a clinic specialising in treating spinal pathologies and pain gaining extensive experience in treating people following spinal surgery. She started working in Tadcaster in 2019 and also currently works part-time for Bupa in Leeds.
Emma has undertaken numerous post-graduate courses over the years to enhance her physiotherapy knowledge and skills. She has an interest in treating lower back pain, both acute and chronic, and shoulder pain.
Outside of physiotherapy Emma has 2 children which keep her busy. She also enjoys keeping fit and playing board games.