26 July 2019
Friday 26 July 2019
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Ms Cathy Bolsover at Spire include:
I qualified at the Middlesex School of Physiotherapy in 1986 and worked in various London hospitals gradually specialising in the musculoskeletal field. I moved to Spire Clare Park in 2001. I treat a variety of musculoskeletal conditions and have a special interest in the upper limb enhanced by working closely with the upper limb orthopaedic consultants. I have a wealth of experience in the rehabilitation of the shoulder and will provide specific treatment programmes for different pathologies and for those patients who have had an operative procedure. I am always keen to use my organisational skills to produce pathways and protocols. I have developed my knowledge of hand conditions and treatment and can supply bespoke thermoplastic splints. I also work on the wards at Clare Park treating patients pre and post operatively.
I achieved a BTEC advanced award in moving and handling people and equipment and have a role in leading the manual handling training and delivering it to all the departments within the hospital. I have acquired my BAHT level one qualification and am aiming to complete a level two component in 2019. I actively continue my professional development with evidence-based courses and conferences.
Special clinical interests: Inpatient musculoskeletal physiotherapy, outpatient musculoskeletal physiotherapy, post-operative orthopaedic physiotherapy, sports injuries, manual therapy, exercise prescription, upper limb conditions and rehabilitation.
I am a keen road cyclist and enjoy competing in various cycling challenges. I have great pleasure in spending time with my dogs including training my working cocker spaniel. I have also developed a passion for yoga.Back to top
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