Staff : Miss Sarah Morton
B. App. Sc. Physiotherapy, PGC Ex. Science, MCSP, SRP

Specialist Spine Physiotherapist

Employment History

April 2007- present
Director of West London Physiotherapy and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, 23 Ansdell Street, London, W8 5BN

I founded West London Physiotherapy clinic in Kensington, London, in April 2006 after many years of experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in top class clinics in Sydney and London. The remit of West London Physiotherapy is to provide a physiotherapy service that is second to none, is highly professional, and has a strong focus on patient satisfaction and excellent clinical results.

June 2007 – ongoing Spine Health and London Pain Consultants.
Sarah has developed strong links with Dr Christopher Jenner at London Pain Consultants. This relationship developed after very successful collaboration on the management of patients with chronic pain and injury. Sarah now works closely with Dr Christopher Jenner to develop Physiotherapy management of clients. Management includes full and comprehensive musculoskeletal assessment, treatment plans, communication with referrers, and physiotherapy treatment from initial care to full functional rehabilitation.

June 2003 - April 2007
Sprint Physiotherapy, Kensington, London
Specialising in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy and rehabilitation of sports and spinal injuries and post-operative orthopaedic rehabilitation.

October 2002- June 2007
SPARC Physiotherapy, The University of Surrey, Roehampton.
This role has been pivotal in the development of the Sports Injury Clinic/ Physiotherapy Clinic within the Sports Performance Assessment and Research Centre (SPARC) of The University of Surrey Roehampton.

June 2000 – May 2004
Vanbrugh Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic, Greenwich, London.
Sports and Spinal Physiotherapist working with both private clients and Patients with 3rd party claims.

March 2001- September 2002
Physio in the City, Bloomsbury, London
Working in a clinic linked to a gym. Strong focus on exercise rehabilitation for injury.

1996 - April 2000
Active Physiotherapy, The Sports Clinic, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia
Active physiotherapy is a university based multi-disciplinary practice involved in assessment and treatment of elite athletes, collegiate athletes, students, staff and the public. Duties included Team physiotherapist for Sydney University Rugby Football Club, and treatment of Olympic and Elite sporting population.

Dec 1995 - Oct 1996
Active Physiotherapy, King St, Newtown, NSW, Australia
Duties Include:
- Orthopaedic physiotherapy
- Injuries of Performance Artists
- Work related injuries

Jun 1995 -Dec 1995
Travel through Europe, UK, Canada

Sept 1992 - Jun 1995
Prince Henry Hospital Anzac Pde, Little Bay, NSW, Australia

Eastern Area Health Service – junior rotations.


1988-91 - Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) with Distinction
University of Sydney

1998-1999 - Post Graduate Certificate (Exercise and Sport Science)
University of Sydney

Other Professional Roles

Total Motion Analysis

Total Motion Analysis is a screening and assessment tool I have developed, utilising digital video data. The concept is to allow qualitative and quantitative assessment of balance, gait and core stability in a format that is accessible to the general public, to athletes, and to those suffering recalcitrant injuries. It has been extremely useful in both the diagnosis of movement problems, and in patient education. In addition it has made objective assessment of the results of treatment and exercise intervention possible.

Visiting Lecturer at Roehampton University

2003-2007 : Lecturer in Sports Injuries module to Undergraduate and Masters level students in the school of Sports and Exercise Science

Sports Coverage

Physiotherapy consultant to Tennis Avenue tennis academy, involving assessment and treatment of their full time academy players.
Varsity rugby football – University of Surrey Roehampton.

Injury management in gym setting

Sydney University Rugby Union Football Club
Team Physiotherapist

NSW U19 Women's Soccer Team
National Championships, Darwin, Australia, September 1999

NSW Athletics; Club and State Competition, physiotherapy coverage

Sydney Athletics Grand Prix. International Event - attending physiotherapist

Sydney University Rugby Union Football Club
Team Physiotherapist

Australian University Games: Melbourne. University of Sydney team Physiotherapist

Sydney University Rugby Union Football Club - Team Physiotherapist


Australian Schoolboys Rugby Championships
Physiotherapist for Canberra Brumbies

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