Sarah Moore currently leads Cathedral Physiotherapy Ltd, Exeter, but prior to this worked for 18 years within the NHS as a physiotherapist - Latterly as Clinical Lead Physiotherapist at the RD+E Hospital in Exeter. Qualifying from the University of Brighton with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy in 1997, she initially worked as a rotational physiotherapist covering all core specialities at UBH Bristol, before specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in 1999.
Having always had a passion for the walking and camping in the outdoors she spent a year backpacking around countries in Africa, Australia, New Zealand and South America. She then completed her mountain leader training and winter mountaineering skills over the following 2 years, before working as a medic whilst living in the jungles of Borneo for 3 months with Trekforce in 2002. Once back in the NHS, she moved up through the ranks within the NHS, whilst undertaking a postgraduate diploma in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy from the University of Hertfordshire in 2004, ultimately leading to an MSc from Cardiff University in 2012.
Throughout her career she has been involved in teaching musculoskeletal assessment and treatment to other physiotherapists and doctors from A+E, Orthopaedics and GP surgery’s. She has been involved in teaching on the International Diploma of Expedition and Wilderness Medicine since 2016 and loves the fact that it brings two of her passions together - surviving in the outdoors and MSK Physiotherapy.