Sarah is an ex-Army GP and now a Consultant in Sport, Exercise and Musculoskeletal Medicine. As a doctor working for the Ministry of Defence she has looked after injured Tri-Service personnel who have become injured through training, trauma or sport since 2012.
Through her work with the Ministry of Defence, she has developed specialist interests in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound and injections (which she now teaches), exercise induced lower limb pain (in particular popliteal artery entrapment), and women’s health. She remains the Lead Doctor for the Defence Women’s Health Rehabilitation Working Group and has developed the Defence Women’s Health Rehabilitation Best Practice Guidelines that include the management of one of her particular interests: diastasis recti abdominis.
Sport, exercise and occupation related MSK problems with a particular interest in the anterior abdominal wall, Exercise induced lower limb pain and Helping people to start being or remain active throughout their lives
Running and Orienteering
Ministry of Defence Sport Exercise and MSK Medicine Doctor at the Regional Rehabilitation Unit, Aldershot since 2012, Honorary role at Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust in MSK Ultrasound Clinic and Honorary Doctor to the British Orienteering Team
Ex-Army GP with training at DMRC Headley Court, GB Orienteering Team Doctor and Team UK Invictus Games Doctor Sydney 2018
Current World Masters and British Orienteering Age-Group Champion, Ex-GB Orienteer representing GB at 11 World Championships, Current GB Orienteering Team Doctor, Doctor for Team UK at Invictus Games 2018 Sydney, Army Boxing Ringside Doctor 2017 – 18 and Doctor for the School Games in 2016
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