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Sarah is a Registered Physiotherapist with over 14 years’ experience, having worked extensively across various specialities including cardiorespiratory, orthopaedics, multi trauma, neurology, musculoskeletal, cauda equina syndrome, sports injuries, occupational health and case management. She has worked within a variety of NHS and independent settings including hospitals (acute, inpatient, outpatient, A&E), community, private clinics and corporate environments. Sarah has a strong interest in the musculoskeletal and sports injury field; she has worked as a Physiotherapist at several major sporting events, including the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014. She possesses additional post graduate qualifications in Acupuncture and Clinical Pilates.

In addition to her clinical skills, she has gained several years’ experience in team management, leadership responsibilities and the training of other clinicians. Since 2016, she has managed her own Physiotherapy clinic in Manchester, specialising in Musculoskeletal, Sports injuries, Spinal Cord injuries and Orthopaedics. She has gained additional team management, clinical care provision and business management skills during this time. Sarah began to work as an Expert Witness in 2022 in addition to her work in clinical practice. This has enabled her to expand upon her previous skills in case management, underpinned by her extensive clinical experience, whereby she undertook detailed assessments and prepared comprehensive reports in a wide range of areas and settings.



  • Registered Physiotherapist;

  • BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy;

  • AACP registered Physiotherapist;

  • APPI Clinical Pilates Physiotherapist;

  • An in-depth knowledge of health care and rehabilitation;

  • FJ Ltd Expert Witness Training Programme.


  • Risk Assessments;

  • Case Management;

  • Functional and Rehabilitation Assessment;

  • Report Writing;

  • Delivering excellent clinical service and management skills in a range of settings and specialities;

  • Assessment and treatment of adults with illness and physical disability including neurological, cardio-respiratory, multi trauma, orthopaedic, surgical, spinal, age related and chronic pain conditions;

  • CPR Part 35 Expert Witness Legal Training.


  • Occupational Therapy Needs Assessments;

  • Amputees;

  • Wheelchair Training Facilitator;

  • Assessment of Amputees, Palliative Care, Medical and Age-related Conditions;

  • Case Management;

  • Assessment of Adults in acute and community settings; identifying and carrying out specific rehabilitation needs, goals and treatment modalities;

  • Equipment and adaptions.

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