Millie qualified as a Physiotherapist with a First Class Honours degree in 2019 from The University of East London. She is a member of the Charted Society of Physiotherapy and the Health and Care Professions Council. Working full time as a Senior Physiotherapist within the NHS, Millie has experience in both acute and community Physiotherapy. Millie is passionate about enabling her clients to be the most independent versions of themselves and engage more easily in all aspects of life. She has experience in multiple areas of rehabilitation and thoroughly enjoys older persons/elderly care, falls prevention, returning home from a hospital admission, and post stroke rehabilitation. During the Covid-19 pandemic, Millie was part of a team that established rehabilitation classes for patients that she had seen in Intensive Care. This class enabled patients that were frail, had reduced cardiovascular endurance and were globally weak, to begin exercising in and out of the session. Due to the tailored programmes these patients were able to get back to enjoying activities with their families such as going out for dinner, playing with their children/grandchildren and higher level activities such as cycling and hiking. Millie takes great pride in her work and ensures her clients’ needs are at the forefront of her treatment. She enjoys following her clients through their road of recovery and watching them excel at their goals. She also continues her learning through regular training within and outside of the NHS.