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Sarah Crowther

Sarah Crowther has worked in private practice for over 15 years.  She qualified with a 1st Class Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University in 1999 and gained her MSc in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2010. She has since embarked on a Doctorate at Sheffield Hallam University.

Sarah has also worked as a Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Sheffield Hallam University since 2003 and is currently a Principle lecturer within the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. Sarah has trained both Undergraduate and Qualified Physiotherapists over this time, lecturing both in the UK and Internationally.

Sarah is also a qualified member of the MACP, a specialist clinical group in the field of musculoskeletal rehabilitation and manipulation. She is also a Lecturer on the MACP Postgraduate Masters programmes at Sheffield Hallam University and examiner of Qualified Physiotherapists who are continuing their education in this field.

Sarah has also completed other Post graduate training including Kinetic Control Movement Dysfunction and in understanding  pain concepts and how to help patients manage these with the Neuro-Orthopaedic Institute. Sarah has also worked with a variety of Golfers from Amateur to Professional, from a golf profiling (to improve performance) perspective and for specific rehabilitation - and this remains an area of particular interest.

Sarah's area of clinical interest is in preventing and managing a variety of musculoskeletal problems through combining approaches to help individuals regain optimum participation in all aspects of their life - from returning to fitness post-op, post pregnancy, improving sporting ability (how about a few shots off your golf handicap?!), pesky pain from work postures or activity (those long hours sat at computers!!) and weekend warriors in the garden!

Sarah uses a variety of hands on manual therapy, pain management strategies, assessment & retraining of faulty movement patterns and importantly managing how the brain and body should work together to help patients recover their full potential!

In her spare time Sarah enjoys singing in a female acapella choir based in Belper - Ignite UK - and has competed internationally (her claim to fame is singing on the MGM grand stage!).