Sarah Rolfe

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

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Experience working with children and young adults aged 0-19 with a wide range of neuro-developmental and long term conditions.  Sarah has a special interest in transition, developing pathways and services to support young people transitioning from paediatric to adult care.

  • Cerebral Palsy.
  • Traumatic and acquired brain injury.
  • Spinal and spinal cord injuries.
  • Learning disabilities (including autism spectrum disorder).
  • Challenging behaviours.
  • Degenerative neurological conditions (such as Muscular Dystrophy).
  • Moving and handling.
  • Loss of services in fatal accident claims.
  • Associated orthopaedic injuries.
  • Associated postural and pressure care injuries.
  • Associated visual and hearing loss.

Clinical Currency Statement

As at December 2021, I am engaged in the role of Advanced Community Paediatric Physiotherapist for an average of 100 hours per month.


Specific Injuries Experience

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Qualifications and Membership

  • BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy 2:1, University West of England, Bristol (2004).
  • MSc Integrated Paediatric Practice Module, Sheffield Hallam University (2009).
  • Access to Further Education: Science, College of West Anglia, Norfolk (2001).
  • Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC).
  • Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP).
  • Association of Paediatric Physiotherapists (APCP).
  • Medico-legal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MLACP).

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