Zoe graduated with a BSc in physiotherapy from Semmelweis University in Budapest in 2017 and has experience of working in both private practice and hospital settings working with a wide range of Musculoskeletal issues. Zoe enjoys working with a wide variety of clients in assisting with the rehabilitation of back pain, neck pain, shoulder and rotator cuff tendon dysfunction, arthritis, pre and post-operative hips and knees as well as helping with increasing fitness and strength in the older adult
Zoe is an APPI trained Pilates instructor and teaches mat and reformer Pilates both for rehabilitation as well as general health and fitness interests.
Zoe is also trained in Dry Needling and strength and conditioning and has experience working a variety of with amateur sports teams. She is very active herself and has many interests including yoga, Pilates, weightlifting, outdoor running, and climbing.
As a keen advocate of health and well-being, she enjoys assisting people in achieving their goals, and encourages sport, movement and fitness as a means of achieving a sense of well-being in everyday life. She is a strong believer in a holistic approach to physiotherapy, creating individualised programs aimed to treat the whole person in a way that is conducive to each individual’s life, schedule and interests.
With an avid interest in anatomy, nutrition and biomechanics, she enjoys reading and taking courses to learn new skills to incorporate into her work in clinic and keeping up to date with research.