Hello my name is Cheryl Moulton and I am a Physiotherapist at Spire Murrayfield Hospital, Wirral.

21 June 2019

Hello Cheryl! How long have you worked at Spire Murrayfield, Wirral and what is your previous background?

I’ve worked at spire since 2016. I qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2003. I worked at Wirral hospital trust for 10 years and then worked in private practice on the Wirral and in Cheshire.

What made you want to be a Physiotherapist?

When I left school I completed a degree in physiology and sports science and I decided to go onto to physiotherapy after this. I knew some local people who were physiotherapists. One was the physio for the Scottish rugby team at the time and I thought that sounded like it would be a good glamorous job.

What makes you proud to work at Spire Murrayfield, Wirral?

I love the fact that our patients get one to one quality physiotherapy care in a timely manner at Spire. None of patients have to wait to see us – we have no waiting list! We have excellent facilities so we can treat the patient at every stage in their rehabilitation. I believe that this improves the quality of the patients journey and also gives our physiotherapy team a high sense of job satisfaction.

What does “Hello my name is…” mean to you?

It means that people are aware that the Physiotherapy team at spire are a friendly welcoming bunch of therapists.

 And finally, what’s your hidden talent?

There's not much hidden with me. My talents are out there for all to see!

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