Louise Morris, Physiotherapist

Louise trained at Wolverhampton School of Physiotherapy in 1994 and in 2001 completed a Masters in Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. This was an intense and stimulating experience to go through and has changed her professional practice for the benefits of her patients. She has an extensive range of experience in treating knees, sports injuries, orthopaedics, whiplash along with neck and back pain. At Absolutephysio there is a friendly and welcoming feel when you visit us.

As a child Louise always knew she wanted to work in the field of medicine.  She used to love the smell and buzz of hospitals. Her first experience of physiotherapy was as a child when she broke her elbow. This reinforced her passion for working as a physiotherapist.

After qualifying in 1994 she went to The John Radcliff in Oxford. This is a large teaching hospital where Louise gained immense experience and it was there that ignited her enthusiasm in orthopaedics.

During her time in Oxford she also worked in various private sectors, worked with the Oxford Blues rugby team and has organised pre-race exercise regimes for the BT Global yacht race. Louise has been fortunate enough to be on the finishing line in a professional capacity at the London Marathon. Another area of interest and enjoyment she has is lecturing to Consultants, GP, and fellow medical colleagues on latest physiotherapy research related to musculoskeletal problems.

Louise’s enthusiasm for physiotherapy is still as strong as when she first started.  She juggles her time between working and bringing up a family and feels she has the best of both worlds.

Louise looks forward to meeting you, helping you on the road to recovery and giving you the tools to move better and feel better.

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