Sam Radcliffe


- Sam graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy in 2017. After graduating Sam quickly specialised as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist treating a wide variety of conditions in the NHS and the private sector.

- Currently alongside his MSK physiotherapy role, Sam also works as a First Contact Practitioner (FCP physiotherapist) in General Practice for the White House Clinic. This role relies heavily on his ability to complete a holistic assessment using a person-centred approach, and make accurate diagnoses, to ensure patients receive the best treatment and outcome possible. Sam really enjoys working in partnership with people to maximise recovery and support self-management.

- Sam is enthusiastic to further his Physiotherapy education and in the past year has completed two MSc Modules at Sheffield Hallam University studying Fundamentals of MSK Image Interpretation and Reasoning and Management for Advanced MSK Clinical Practice.

- Sam has a specialist interest in sport related injuries, and prior to his Physiotherapy degree achieved a BSc in Sports Science, which gives him a depth of knowledge around effective training and optimising performance in sport. He uses this alongside his Physiotherapy experience to effectively rehab athletes back to full performance, with a passion in developing more robust athletes in the future.

- Attended Climbing Injury Symposium in 2016 and 2018.

- Sam has been rock climbing for 15 years and has a wide variety of experience, having bouldered up to Font 8a+, sport climbed up to F8b, trad climbed up to E7, has spent a fair amount of time on big walls and alpine climbs in Europe, Canada and North America.

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