Having grown up in Mansfield and played sport locally since childhood I have experienced my fair share of injuries. My interest in sport lead me to complete a BSc(Hons) degree in Sports Science in 1999, and I followed this with a BSc(Hons) degree in Physiotherapy in 2002.
Since then I have worked in acute NHS trusts as well as private clinics, specialising in musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.
Over the years I have progressed to clinical specialist in sports injuries and musculoskeletal physiotherapy treating all manner of conditions such as muscle and ligament injuries, back and neck pain, tendonopathies, biomechanical dysfunctions, work related disorders, arthritis, children’s growing pains, and post surgical rehabilitation.
I have also worked as an advanced practitioner in the Accident & Emergency Department diagnosing and treating acute injuries without the need to see one of the medical team and avoid unnecessary waiting times for patients.
My passion is in sports injuries and I have many years experience of treating injuries sustained in many different sports such as football, running, rugby, golf, tennis, gymnastics, martial arts, and dance to name a few.
I am a member of the Healthcare Professions Council, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapy.
In my spare time I enjoy martial arts and running around after my 2 young children.
Vee Seewoochurn BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy MSCP SRP MAACP
Currently on Maternity. Chloe graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of Huddersfield in 2008 and started working for the NHS at Mansfield community hospital where rehabilitation was the main focus. During this time she worked closely with the elderly, Paediatrics and the musculoskeletal department. Chloe then joined the private sector in 2011 and continued to specialise in musculoskeletal injuries. Alongside working within a clinic setting she also works for the Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey team assessing and treating injuries as well as providing emergency first aid.
She now has 11 years of experience working within a variety of sectors including occupational health, private clinics and elite sports. She is able to treat a variety of clientele ranging from the sedentary to elite athletes.
Chloe is a member of the Healthcare Professions Council, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapy.
In her spare time she enjoys walking her dog, Boxing and exercising.