Deborah Schofield

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I qualified as a physiotherapist in 2009 at the University of Salford and
immediately gained my first role at Central Manchester University Hospital.

This is where I first fell in love with working with pregnant and post-natal patients.

In 2012 I secured my next NHS post as a senior women’s health physiotherapist and
worked at south Manchester university hospital treating pregnant, post-natal and
peri/postmenopausal ladies for pain, problems from childbirth and pelvic floor
dysfunction. In addition, I also worked privately in a physiotherapy practice
treating common musculoskeletal injuries and complaints.

My own company ‘Mummy Massage and Physiotherapy clinic’ first started back
in 2013. I combined my love of holistic therapies and women’s health
physiotherapy and began to treat ladies for massage and physiotherapy.

The company was fully established in Oct 2014 when following a childhood illness of
my littlest girl we moved from Sale to Rochdale to be closer to much needed
family. I carried on travelling back to Sale to see my private ladies and to continue
my work in the NHS. I worked my last day for the NHS in January 2018 to
concentrate fully on my own business, which is split now between Sale and
Rochdale.

Finally, I was delighted to finally have the time to ‘officially’ train in
APPI Pilates.