Carolyn has over 30 years’ experience working in amputee rehabilitation. After completing her junior rotations, Carolyn worked in the Manchester NHS Regional limb centre.

Carolyn enjoyed this field of physiotherapy straightaway and loved the biomechanics, the history of prosthetics and mostly, the way patients rehabilitated and seeing first-hand the quick difference in how they progressed after receiving a prosthesis. In 2003, Carolyn brought her wealth of experience over to our Manchester private clinic.

Being passionate about her profession, Carolyn was part of the founding specialist interest group in the UK which is known as the British Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in limb Absence Rehabilitation (BACPAR.) Carolyn provides clinical supervision for her colleagues as well as having a role in writing expert witness reports. She has a particular interest in the use of exercise to maintain independence and a healthy mind and body after amputation. She champions people of any age to find the exercise that they enjoy, to maintain physical independence and a positive mindset.

Outside of work, Carolyn enjoys spending time outdoors, walking and running, and spending time with family and friends.