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BSc Physiotherapy, 2017
Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP)
Rehabilitation & Exercise Prescription
Running and cycling injuries
Ante & post-natal problems
Hi, I am Yasmin. I first decided to study physiotherapy in my early teens when my father was injured badly in a cycling accident. Watching his recovery and extensive rehabilitation opened my eyes to how physiotherapy could get people back to doing what they really enjoy, giving them back quality of life after pain and injury.
I studied Physiotherapy BSc in Manchester and graduated with a first-class degree in 2017 and I have been grateful every single day for my career choice. Since graduating, I have worked in both the NHS and private practice which has allowed me to treat a wide range of pathologies and injuries from post-operative patients, sports injuries and chronic pain.
I am an empathetic therapist who listens intently. I believe physiotherapy treatment should be holistic and in my clinical approach, I hope to treat the whole person and not just the injury in front of me. I use a mix of hands-on treatment and rehabilitation during my treatment sessions and hope to educate and empower patients to understand how their body moves and how to avoid injury in the future.
I have a passion for rehabilitation following injury or surgery, for those patients that wish to return to sports such as running, cycling and yoga. I am a champion for women’s health and enjoy treating pregnancy related pain and helping women build a strong foundation to return to their everyday activities or sport following pregnancy or injury.
Outside of the clinic, I enjoy cycling, weight training, yoga and Pilates. I love to socialise with friends over a glass of wine and good food.
An interesting fact about you no one would know (until now):
I would love to do some more travelling and hope to visit South America and India in the future. Let me know if you have any travel tips!