Sue qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from the Royal London Hospital in 1981. Having had an impressive career in physiotherapy Sue retired in 2020. The highlight of her career included working with British Athletics. With the team she attended World Championships, European Championships and 2 Commonwealth Games.
As well as athletics Sue worked with the British Triathlon Association, British Diving , Olympic Boxing squads and British Weightlifting. Her Sports Physiotherapy expertise has also taken her further afield to Australia and America where she spent 4 months at Duke University, North Carolina working part time with their American Football team.
She has worked as a Physiotherapist at the London marathon for over 30 years!
In 2002 Sue designed and set up The Claydon Clinic. Although she is no longer practicing physiotherapy she has built and manages a fantastic team of physios.
Sue is a dedicated manager and ensures her team continues to meet and excel patient expectations. Her aim is to ensure each patient has a positive and beneficial experience.
Please let Sue know if you have any feedback about the practice as we are continuously looking to improve the service that we offer our patients.
Sue is married to an Orthopaedic Surgeon and has 3 children, one of whom is a Physiotherapist. She enjoys spending time gardening, dog walking and keeping fit by chasing after grandchildren.