Claire Salisbury


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  • Spinal Cord Injury (including complete and incomplete).
  • Secondary brain injury (Acquired or Traumatic).
  • Bladder and bowel continence issues.
  • Tone and pressure management.
  • Complex tracheotomy weaning.
  • Vestibular rehabilitation.
  • Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES).
  • Acupuncture.
  • Orthotics.
  • Hydrotherapy.

Clinical Currency Statement

As at March 2021, I am engaged in the role of Rehabilitation Co-ordinator for a medico-legal enterprise for an average of 16 hours per month. I also work as an independent highly Specialist Neuro Physiotherapist for an average of 105 hours per month.


Employment Profile

Qualifications and Membership

  • BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy 2:1, University of Liverpool (2001).
  • MSc Rehabilitation, University of London (2016).
  • Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP).
  • Multi-disciplinary Association of Spinal Cord Injury Professionals (MASCIP).
  • Association of Chartered Physiotherapists Interested in Neurology (ACPIN).

Career History


Claire has three posters and two research papers.


  • Early Multi-Disciplinary Team Rehabilitation on NICU at St George’s Hospital (2013)
  • Vent-free breathing: establishing a joint protocol between St George’s and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (2013)
  • The role of FES in acute spinal cord injury rehabilitation (2014)


  • Member of the Advisory Group for Makela et al (2015) Early Integration of Bridges Self-Management Support into usual care following TBI: A feasibility study (2014-2015)
  • Assisted in the recruitment for DREAM Study, University College London (2015)
  • MSc Dissertation – a study to examine the relationship between self-efficacy and length of stay, complexity and injury severity in Early Physical Trauma Patients (in the process of writing for publication) – led as the Principal Investigator (2016)
  • AFTER Study – assisted in recruiting traumatic brain injury patients into a behavioural study, University of London (2017)

Home Base

London and Oxfordshire