Lowri Walker Joins The Team At Nicky Snazell’s Wellness & Physiotherapy Clinic
We are delighted that Lowri Walker has recently joined our physio team. She brings with her a masters in physiotherapy and a very competitive spirit, having Captained the England University Football Team and played for both Wolves & Aston Villa.
Hello! I’m Lowri, I graduated from the University of Birmingham with a Masters in Physiotherapy in 2021 following an undergraduate programme of Sport and Exercise Science beforehand.
I first got into physiotherapy after suffering many little injuries growing up as I was playing a lot of football. I was fascinated with how everything was connected and how effective simple treatments could be. However, I wanted to get a general basis of knowledge and learn about the science, biomechanics and physiology before jumping into physio straight away. I worked in the NHS for seven months before moving to a private clinic to treat patients from a sport and leisure background over the last year or so. I now find myself here at Nicky Snazell’s, where I treat a wide variety of injuries, sports injuries and pains. I enjoy working with sports injuries, chronic conditions and anything musculoskeletal to be quite honest! I grew up in a seaside town where everybody knows everyone, so I find it easy to talk to people and build strong rapport, which I find helpful in treating injuries. I like to take a holistic approach when it comes to treating patients, I often think outside of the box and sometimes, the smallest changes in our lives make the most significant impact.
Outside of work, you’ll find me in the gym or on the football pitch (when I am not injured myself, ha!), previously having played at Aston Villa Women and Wolves Women. A highlight in my career was scoring a bicycle kick against West Brom. You will be glad to know I am a Liverpool fan, though. I also work with high-performing young athletes at a University, with a main focus sport being Judo. I also enjoy spending time with family, friends and walking the dog.