Lecturer at EUSES – affiliated centre to the UdG. Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy and in Sport Science.
She began her professional career as Graduate in Sport Science carrying out tasks related to teaching and in the field of sports training. When she graduated as a physiotherapist, she combined the knowledge acquired in the world of sports with those of medical pathology and she specialized in active physiotherapy techniques for the treatment of posture and movement and in the treatment of urinary incontinence and rehabilitation of pelvic floor.
She has learnt the Schroth Method, M. Mézières, M. Feldenkrais, M. Pilates, active global stretching, hypopressive abdominal work, obstetric physiotherapy and preparation and recovery of labour, treatment of urinary incontinence and pelvic floor rehabilitation, among others.
In addition, she is physiotherapist and co-director of three centres of physiotherapy.