After graduating from Aarhus School of Physiotherapy in 2000, I have always been striving to be in the leading field within my profession. This has led me to take a number of postgraduate courses. To name a few: Sports rehabilitation upper – and lower limbs, Best of Manual Therapy I, II, III, Medical Acupuncture I, II and not least I studied for 6 years on the Belgium International Academy of Osteopathy (IAO).
After graduating from Copenhagen, School of Physiotherapy in 1995, I have been passionate by the strength of the hand and it´s ability to feel and treat soreness and dysfunction. I have attended several post graduate courses to optimize my skills as a physiotherapist. The courses expands from Best of Manual Therapy l and ll, Cyriax l , ll and lll, Cranio sakral therapy l, ll and lll, Sensory integration in children l and ll, Sports Physiotherapy l, ll and lll, e.t.c.
Graduated from the University of Vic in Barcelona, Spain in 2009, I have oriented my career towards sports and health, I have carried out several training courses such as Postgraduate Sports Physiotherapy, Masters in Structural Osteopathy, Hipopressive Exercises I, II, III, etc.
“Having swam competitively for many years, I have always had a fascination with how the body overcomes injury and returns to full function. Pursuing this interest, I graduated from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy.
I used to play handball in Germany for years but unfortunately had to deal with injuries from time to time. That brought me in contact with physiotherapy and sparked my interest in the wide field of rehabilitation. After my graduation I sought further training to continuously improve my skills in Manual therapy and learned further hands-on interventions.