Since graduating in 2002 Ruth has gained a wide breadth of experience from working in the NHS, private practice and at Sale Rugby Club as a physiotherapist. Ruth specialises in musculoskeletal conditions, enhancing her depth of knowledge and experience in this field by also gaining a diploma in orthopaedic medicine. Additional postgraduate training includes acupuncture and advanced training in the sacroiliac joint (pelvic area) and the shoulder. Ruth has also completed McKenzie training and promotes these principles in the management of back pain. Living in North Wales allows Ruth to follow her love of fell running, successfully competing in a number of local race events. It is this passion for athletics and sport that allows Ruth to understand and appreciate the frustrations and challenges that come with injury. Ruth is a great believer of prevention being better than cure and encourages patients to follow programs which help develop robust core strength and stability. Ruth Partridge Through being a provider to the "Access to Work" and "Fit For Work" national government programmes Ruth developed a keen interest in the support of individuals being able to remain and/or return to work following injury. Ruth is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE). She is qualified to provide Display Screen Equipment (DSE) assessment & reports to businesses as well as assessing Fitness for Work & Function. Ruth founded Conwy Physio Clinic with the aim of providing a friendly, professional and comprehensive physiotherapy and occupational health/ergonomic service to Conwy and the surrounding areas. Appointments can be made with Physiotherapists specialising in musculoskeletal, neurology and respiratory. Please contact the clinic for further information.