I always knew I wanted to enter a career where helping others was the focus. I have always owned horses and dogs and soon became aware I had a passion for helping those that can't verbalise their issues. This led me to study an integrated Master's degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy at Writtle University in Essex. While studying for the undergraduate degree portion of my qualification, I went to the University of Nottingham to study an additional diploma in human sports massage and this is where my interest in working with humans began. Since then I have continuously built upon my qualifications by frequently attending courses to allow me to add varying tools to my practice for all species. I have a special interest in canine rehabilitation and physiotherapy, although I am keen to support any animal in need.
Alongside running Driscoll Therapy, I work in academia as a lecturer helping to teach future veterinary physiotherapists. I do this in two specialist university teams in the UK.
My qualification in Veterinary Physiotherapy is one of few in the country that allows direct entry onto RAMP (Register of Animal Musculoskeletal practitioners). RAMP aims to be the gold standard register for Veterinary Physiotherapists to allow owners and vets to select physiotherapists with confidence. I am proud to be on the RAMP register.
INTEGRATED MASTER'S DEGREE
Human Sports Massage
Fellow of Higher Education
Canine Positional Release
Equine Body Worker (Equinology)
Equine Rock tape practitioner
Human Rock tape practitioner
Human Kinesiology taper
Human Recovapro practitioner
Fully qualified in myofascial cupping