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Elin Rees

Elin Rees Elin Rees graduated with an honours degrees in Physiotherapy from Salford University in 1999. She spent the first 8 years of her career with Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust where she held the positions of Team Leader for Orthopaedics at Llandough Hospital, Team Leader for Trauma at UHW and Team Leader of CRI Physiotherapy Outpatient departments. These positions allowed Elin to gain a wealth of experience in the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders.

During her time in private practice, Elin gained specialist knowledge and skills in the field of Occupational Health and Ergonomics. This included providing specialist onsite physiotherapy service to a range of industries which helped reduce their sickness absence rates from musculoskeletal disorders. Elin is also experienced in the delivery of Clinical Ergonomic Workplace Assessments, Functional Capacity Evaluations and Work hardening rehabilitation programmes. Elin is passionate about the role of physiotherapy in preventing and reducing workplace musculoskeletal disorders and the rehabilitation of patients back to functional activities.

Elin has been a qualified acupuncture practitioner since 2004 and is a fluent Welsh speaker.

 

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Testimonials

“I’ve been to PPP on a number of occasions. It’s a really nice practice and they provide even better treatment. Read More…

“My name is Richard Thomas and I am now 60 years of age and going strong thanks to Dyfri Owen. He’s fixed my elbow, back, heel, shoulder, knee and most of my body parts. Read More…

“I have worked with Dyfri and the team at Penarth Physiotherapy now for some years . I have always found the team to be approachable and in my experience they  provide an excellent clinical service. Read More…

“I’ve known Dyfri in both a work and social capacity for many years, predominantly throughout his time at Cardiff RFC when I was playing there.  Read More…