Alex Peace qualified in 2002 from Brunel University, London as a Chartered State Registered Physiotherapist. Since then, she has worked extensively in the NHS, in a variety of specialties including Cardiac Surgery, Medicine, Neurology, Adult Learning Difficulties, Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal conditions. She then gained a Masters Degree in Sport and Exercise Medicine from the University of Nottingham in 2011 and currently works within Sports Medicine, assessing and treating sports people ranging from the recreational to the elite and London 2012 Olympians.
Alex has been involved in several research papers including leading an innovative project into “The Effect of Ankle Taping in Netballers”. She has also worked alongside Foot and Ankle Surgeons to assess the effect of a Physiotherapy protocol on a common ankle condition, Tibialis Posterior Dysfunction. The protocol was designed, produced and delivered by Alex and demonstrated a significant reduction in the number of patients going on to have Orthopaedic surgery. Alex’s Physiotherapy skills are driven by the latest research and her practice is based on the most up to date evidence.
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