Veronique qualified as a physiotherapist from Sheffield Hallam University in 1999 and has many years of clinical experience working within the NHS initially and the private sector in the South of England where she worked as the Aquatic Therapy Lead in a private rehabilitation unit where her clinical caseload consisted of elective and non-elective orthopaedic surgery, complex trauma injuries, as well as neurological and elderly rehabilitation.

Her main area of interest is Aquatic Therapy, and she has completed courses in the UK including the Aquatic Rehabilitation MSc module at the University of Hertfordshire, ATACP Foundation courses, Ai Chi as well as the Bad Ragaz Ring Method in Valens, Switzerland & Aquatic Running / Training in Oregon. She has been a committee member of the Aquatic Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (ATACP) since 2019 and was a contributor to the ATACP Guidance on Aquatic Physiotherapy Practice published in 2021.

When not at work, Veronique enjoys walking in the local countryside with Skid (Labrador) whilst spending time with her daughters or friends. She also enjoys traveling and heading back home to the Netherlands to see family.