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Holly is an academic physiotherapist and fellow of the Higher Education Academy, she has worked at the University of Huddersfield since 2019. Her research and PhD is within the field of sight loss, with a particular interest in tackling health inequalities in sensory impaired populations. 

Holly's clinical experience is within major trauma, musculoskeletal practice and complex discharge management. Holly is particularly passionate about the implementation of evidence based practice in rehabilitation following limb salvaging TSF/Ilizarov surgery; as well as the role of physiotherapy in the management of Parkinson's Disease. Holly has worked in various settings from acute and community NHS roles, to private practice and within elite sport travelling across Europe for World Championship events. 

Holly has a Masters degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy and has specialised experience working in canine practice. Holly has published research in the field of assistance dogs and the impact of the working harness on the biomechanics of the forelimb movement, this research also won the ACPAT (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Animal Therapy) award for research contribution.


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