Sarah is an experienced Physiotherapist who has worked at Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust for 18 years. She is the Team leader for the Musculoskeletal Out-patient Physiotherapy Service and also works as an Extended Scope Practitioner alongside Orthopaedic Consultants where she assesses, arranges investigations for and manages children referred to the Orthopaedic Service by GPs.
Sarah has completed her level 1 and 2a Maitland training and is looking forward to embarking on the level 2b later in 2016.
Common conditions seen are Osgood Schlatter’s Disease, Sever’s Disease, Sinding Larson Johansen Disease, Anterior knee pain (Patellofemoral joint pain), ligament injuries, recurrent ankle instability, back pain and all soft tissue strains and sprains.
Jonny has worked at Rotherham Foundation Trust since qualifying in 1994. He quickly found his passion to be in the area of Musculoskeletal Out-Patients where he has developed his skills to an advanced level by completing courses in the UK and Internationally. This makes Jonny one of a small number of Physiotherapists in the UK who have undertaken advanced manipulative training provided by the International Maitland Teaching Association. He also works as an Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Practitioner assessing, investigating and managing clients referred by their GP. Jonny has recently completed his masters level training, enabling him to administer steroid injections to joint and soft tissue lesions.
Areas of interest: Lower limb biomechanics and normal variants of growth in children; Pilates; Manual therapy including Manipulation; Craniofacial pain and dysfunction; Torticollis;