Owner of Park Physiotherapy – Qualified from Guys Hospital in 1979. She has worked in hospitals in Norwich and Cape Town returning to England to work in the NHS community setting before starting in private practice in Dereham in 1990. From 1992 Elizabeth worked privately from Hingham GP surgery and also started Park Physiotherapy at Weston Park in 1998. In 2012 the practice was moved from Weston Park to the purpose built clinic at Leys Farm where she lives with her husband.
Leys Farm is a working farm and more details can be found here http://www.parkphysiotherapy.co.uk/barns/. Over the years the practice has grown from strength to strength “I have concentrated on developing a practice which provides high quality physiotherapy treatment using experienced physiotherapists who are specialists in their field.”
Elizabeth’s special interest is in musculoskeletal problems and has concentrated on developing this area of her practice over the last 20 years. She recently completed a Masters degree in Advanced Musculoskeletal Research and Practice at UEA with her final dissertation on physiotherapy treatment of cervicogenic headaches. She also has a special interest in treating Migraine Headaches and Tinnitus using gentle cranial mobilisation techniques. In 2016 Elizabeth completed training in Connect Therapy, https://ljlee.ca/ established by Linda Joy Lee, as a total body approach to Assessment and treatment of complex problems. Although qualified for many years now the continued challenge of treating patients constantly stimulates the need for more education which she is passionate about.
Married to a farmer and also growing up on a farm, Elizabeth has an in depth understanding of the effect that working in this environment has on the musculoskeletal system of our body. She has ridden and looked after horses all her life until recently. Always active in sport, as a teenager she was a competitive swimmer in Leicestershire and also played hockey at club level in Norfolk.
- Acute and chronic spinal pain and pelvic dysfunction
- Whiplash Injury
- Cervicogenic Headaches and Migraines including Tinnitus
- Acute and chronic overuse Sports
- Injuries especially achilles tendon problems
- Using Acupuncture to supplement traditional Physiotherapy Skills
- Occupational Health / Work Station set-up