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Mrs Pam Dawson - Physiotherapist

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Mrs Pamela Dawson graduated with a Bachelor of Physioterapy degree in 1987.

She opened the Waterfall Physiotherapy practice in 1992 in the buildings that were situated where the new Link Hills Shopping Centre is situated.

She then moved in to theĀ Link Hill Medical Centre in September 1996.

During the course of 2004, she obtained a Master's degree in Physiotherapy.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 March 2009 23:22  

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