Sarah qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2008 from King’s College London.

She has worked in multiple senior roles at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital.  She has lead their Older Person’s Unit and has an array of rehabilitation experience specific to older adults; including issues around falls, frailty and balance.

Sarah is passionate around supporting older adults to continue to perform activities that are important to them. She is particularly experienced in supporting those who have had a recent hospital stay, being aware of the impact even a short stay can have on confidence and well-being.

Sarah has a wealth of clinical, research and education experience, having published in a variety of journals and shared her work internationally at the World Conference for Physical Therapists.  She has worked as part of the PROTECT study (hosted by King’s College London and University of Exeter), providing expertise around the benefits of physical activity.

She has recently completed a Master’s in Clinical Research in 2021 from King’s College London. Sarah is passionate in ensuring that her practice is evidence-based and founded in the latest research and continues to work as the Education Lead at Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital.  She is also a member of the British Geriatrics Society.

Outside of work Sarah tends to be running after two toddlers and generally loves being outdoors, be it in the sea or the mountains!