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Danielle Yarwood

Danielle Yarwood


Danielle has an extensive educational background having undertaken an undergraduate degree and two Masters Degrees in Sports Therapy, Sports Rehabilitation and Physiotherapy. Danielle completed her first degree in Sports Therapy at the University of Hertfordshire in 2009.

On completion Danielle spent a year in Australia working with professional Basketball and Soccer teams in North Queensland.

On her return to the UK she undertook a Masters in Sports Rehabilitation at St Marys University, finishing with a distinction in 2012.  During this time Danielle worked with Championship rugby team Bedford Blues and gained a lot of experience in ACL reconstruction rehabilitation. On completion of this degree Danielle became the lead Sports Rehabilitator for the British and Dutch National Alpine Ski teams and was based in Austria for 2 winter seasons, specialising in prevention of injury and musculoskeletal functional screenings.

In 2014 Danielle returned back to the UK again to work as a Sports Rehabilitator in a private gym in London and private physiotherapy clinic in Northampton. Danielle graduated following her second Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at Brunel University, whilst also working in a private clinic and for the French International rugby team during the world cup.

Danielle has varied and wide-ranging experience in both sporting and clinical environments and has recently graduated as a Chartered Physiotherapist.

In her spare time she enjoys exercising and spending time with family and friends.

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