Clinical Career Pathways

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Clinical Career Pathways

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Here’s the top 10 ways we can help you make a real difference in your MSK career



  • Jess Norris “I first joined as a graduate. I was the first person who progressed from a graduate to senior physiotherapist in 3 years. This has allowed me to take the initiative and help support the development of the Women’s Health Service”

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Patient Stories

Lorraine’s Story

Lorraine Bremner, 63 from South Tyneside, a retired bank worker and a black belt kickboxer, tells how Connect helped her to back to being fighting fit.

John’s Story

After operations in both legs, John is enjoying the gym experience to get back on his feet.

Peter’s Story

Peter Mellor, from North Kirklees, tells his story and his life-changing experience with Connect.

Tom’s Story

Tom Mackey, 77 years of age and a former draftsman for the electricity board, tells his story.

Bill’s story

Bill Blakelock, 64, a Weighbridge Operative for Durham County Council tells his story of using Connect’s Occupational Health Physiotherapy.

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Case Studies
Karen Wright tells her Connect story after a traumatic wrist injury was followed by a debilitating frozen shoulder.

Karen Wright, 61 from Yorkshire, Great British Bake Off 2018 contestant explains how her frozen shoulder impacted her life and how innovative treatment from Connect helped her recover.

I felt shackled in the NHS and really wanted to work somewhere with less red tape

Philip Barber, Clinical Lead for South West Essex (SWEX) and Developing Consultant Physiotherapist (DCP), talks about his career to date and how the DCP programme is bringing opportunities and career choices to the participants.

Pain: Do You Get It?

The Pain: Do You Get It? event in Grantham was an awareness-raising public engagement movement encouraging the local community to change how they think, talk and treat chronic pain