Til minde om én af de største fysioterapeuter, Louis Gifford.
Skrevet af Mick Thacker.
Mick Thacker taken by Louis Gifford
Louis asked me to say a few words about him at his “do” last week. He gave me clear instructions to be honest, accurate and not to be too “nice”! Here is the gist of what I said, it was not intended to be exhaustive or for a physiotherapy audience but rather for his friends and family, I wanted to do him justice professionally straight from the heart and offer them an insight to the huge professional impact he made, who he was professionally and to demonstrate his brilliance and importance.
Louis started to train to be a physiotherapist in Sheffield in 1978. He had previously done a Zoology and Psychology degree and returned home from two years teaching in Sierra Leone. He secretly wanted to be like his dad, Vernon, a brilliant “hands on” physiotherapist. I loved how Louis talked about his dad…
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