Sarah has worked at Advance Rehab Centre since early 2017 and is now in a Team Leader position taking on management responsibilities with training and supervising other members of the team.
She first qualified as a Physiotherapist from Sheffield Hallam University in 2005 and quickly developed a passion for neurological and stroke rehabilitation with varying senior roles within the NHS covering both inpatients, outpatients and community.
Sarah has a special interest in treating stroke and acquired brain injury clients. She is also PD Warrior trained clinician and has worked extensively with Parkinson's disease clients. Sarah also has a keen interest in treating clients with multiple sclerosis especially within the community setting.
Sarah is passionate about neurological rehabilitation and has been working on further development of some of our programs and the implementation of evidence based practice. She is currently working on further development of our 'Hands Up' Intensive Upper Limb Program due to her interest and skills in upper limb rehabilitation.
Sarah is also our lead for Functional Electrical Stimulation and has used this modality in both upper and lower limb rehabilitation and provides training for our team around its use.
Furthermore, Sarah delivers training and supervision to external physiotherapists across Australia as part of ARC’s Mentorship Program.
Sarah current works in the community setting and delivering therapy via telehealth.