Catherine Salter

Catherine qualified as a physiotherapist from Brunel University, London in 1999, and initially completed her rotations at Stoke Mandeville hospital including the national spinal injuries unit and regional burns and plastics unit.

Since 2002 she has worked solely in the musculoskeletal field, initially within the nhs, but for the last 14 years in private practice in London.

She has completed post graduate study in Perth, Australia, with the MACP in the UK and has been teaching clinical Pilates (APPI) for the last five years, both for small groups and 1:1.

With her history as a gymnast and her keen interest in many sports (with a PE teaching husband and two sports mad boys), she enjoys the challenge of rehabilitating people to reach their full potential with a combination of manual therapy and tailored exercise programmes. Next year she has registered to train to become a level 4 strength and conditioning coach to compliment the rehabilitation side of physical therapy.

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Interesting Fact


Used to be a gymnast.

Testimonials

  • catherine Salter - Physio
    The Malmesbury Clinic is doing a wonderful job as always. My appointment today with Catherine Salter was so helpful on so many levels. She and the Clinic are ensuring they and their clients are protected to the highest level from any infection. Catherine is 100% professional, cheerful and caring. I'm so glad they have reopened. We need them!
    Elaine
  • catherine Salter - Physio
    Just coming out of lockdown I started having  personal training session.  Unfortunately, I over did the exercise and thought I had injured my leg.  I made an appointment with Catherine Salter at the Malmesbury physio.
    After examination Catherine soon established that it was my lower back which was causing the problems.  Catherine gave me and my trainer some exercises to do during sessions. I had a further two sessions with Catherine and the pains completed disappeared. I would  highly recommend Catherine very helpful and friendly physiotherapist.
    Thank you Catherine
    Jill