Ros is Senior Multisport Physiotherapist for the English Institute of Sport (EIS) based at the ISEH. Ros completed her undergraduate training at the University of Birmingham and remained in the West Midlands whilst completing her rotations and specialising in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
During this time Ros developed a passion and interest in rehabilitation through her work both on the trauma wards and in the outpatient gym. She was fortunate to work as a Senior physiotherapist within the RCDM at Selly Oak Hospital and its current home of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. In was here were Ros also developed her passion for working in sport and developed her skills and knowledge in this arena through working with amateur, age group and elite athletes in a variety of teams (Loughborough Lightening NSL team), national governing bodies (England Hockey, British Sailing) and multisport events including World Student Games 2009 & 2011 and as HQ physio Team England CWG Delhi 2010.
In 2012 Ros made the transition into sport full time under the EIS and took up the post as Lead Physiotherapist for England Netball attending multiple test matches, quad series, CWG Glasgow 2014 and the Netball World Cup 2015. She has also completed a MSc in Sports Injury and Rehabilitation at the University of Salford where she developed a passion for research into ACL injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Since August 2017 Ros has been based at ISEH as Lead Multipsort Physio a role which she enjoys due to the variety of athletes and sports she works alongside and the opportunity to enable athletes to be available to perform at their best both in training and competition.
When not at work Ros is also busy being active and can be found running with her daughter in a buggy along the River Thames and at her local parkrun.