08 December 2018
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Colette O'Grady at Spire include:
I have been practicing as a physiotherapist for the past 8 years in which times I have completed core rotations including Medical, surgical, respiratory, MSK, Neuro and Orthopaedics. Since graduating I have worked at the Royal Surrey County Hospital and Epsom General Hospital. Additional work has also taken me to Ashtead Hospital where I work on the bank.
I have progressed in my career with the experience gained in the NHS and private sector to the point where recently I decided to move permanently to private practice. However, I still find myself working at time on the bank back in the NHS.
My particular interest lies within orthopaedics but St. Anthony's will allow me scope to work towards other disciplines such at cardiac and thoracic surgery. This will enable me to be a well rounded professional and enhance the inpatient physiotherapy service.
BSc Hons / The University of Brighton / 2008
Bachelor of Science
Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Member of the Healthcare Professions Council
Association of Trauma and Orthopaedic Chartered Physiotherapists
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Loving my job is something I am proud to say but it is also my colleagues and the environment I work in which contribute. If I am not working at the weekend for Spire St. Anthony's Hospital or the NHS, I enjoy spending time with friends and family. Partaking in team sport contributes a lot over weekends or holidays. I have been ladies captain at my local tennis club for the past 6 years where I arrange matches and the all important social events. I'm a regular gym user which allows me to catch up with friends at the same time. My all time favorite is a long country walk on a Sunday with my family followed by a stop at a local pub. I take pride in knitting blankets for premature babies at Kingston hospital as part of a charity called 'Born too soon'. This is a form of relaxation but also a comfort knowing my services are supporting and helping others.
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I am the oldest of two brothers and feel growing up acknowledging the saying 'survival of the fittest' has made me the determined, methodical and hard working person I am today.