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Business Voices: ‘What your teacher said’ with physiotherapist Paul O’Connell

Jun 8, 2020

Our physiotherapist Paul O’Connell was delighted to be interviewed recently by Beverley Poole for her Business Voices series. Beverley Poole is a Business Mentor, strategist, eLearning entrepreneur and enterprise advisor.

The ‘CAREERS’ – “What your teacher said” interviews are about people with interesting careers, who have changed career, or made their interest or hobby into a business. Beverley has a lifelong interest in careers, motivation and the reasons why we do what we do.

Paul said: “It was really interesting to talk to Beverley and reflect on my career. From graduating in Sports Therapy to a career in physiotherapy at Nuffield Health and then opening our own clinic at Bridge Health & Wellbeing, it has been quite a journey.

I always wanted to be a physio. Much as I loved playing sport, I realised that if I was going to be involved in it long term it was more likely to be on the medical side. I have been very lucky to fulfil my childhood ambition and make a difference in people’s lives through my work.”

You can watch the full interview here:

Beverley is the CEO of Beverley Poole Consultancy, Aspire4Business.com and Aspire4BusinessAcademy.com. Business Voices aligns with her interests in personal and business development. She brings this together in her column in the magazine SOCIALight magazine called CareerHUB.

At Bridge Health & Wellbeing we provide physiotherapyrehabilitationPilates and yoga classes from our state-of-the-art fitness space in Christchurch, Dorset.

Contact us on 01202 473800 or email info@bridgehw.com to speak to our friendly team of experts. We can help you get better, build strength and feel happy and healthy in your mind and body.

We were super proud to see our chiropractor Aaron lecturing at the international RCC Sports Faculty Symposium 2022. We are lucky to have such global experts working at our clinic. We have also expanded the gym and rehabilitation services this year, including opening up the space for more equipment to assist with recovery.

We couldn’t have done any of it without the support of you, our fantastic clients. So thank you to each and every one of you for helping make our vision of creating a dedicated health and wellbeing space in the heart of Christchurch where everyone is welcome a reality.

Here’s to 2023!

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