Who We Are
Having previously gained a joint honours degree in Physiology and Psychology from Cardiff University, Sarah Cox trained at Middlesex Hospital and UCL for 4 years with a full module of hydrotherapy including a two week placement at Bath as an undergraduate.
A passion for rehabilitation in water was born and has continued throughout her career, from working in large teaching hospitals in London (Barts and The Royal London Hospital Charing Cross) to setting up her own private practice HydroActive Ltd.
Sarah has also owned Wimbledon Physiotherapy Clinic and managed the physiotherapy department at The New Victoria Hospital in Kingston, before relocating to North Nottinghamshire and working from the current pool in Retford, resulting in a bias towards aquatic physiotherapy.
A passion for neurological and older people rehabilitation also involves taking a patient holistically as there is rarely just one thing that is wrong.
Looking at all aspects of health and function are a priority to Sarah, as is working closely with case managers and as part of the multidisciplinary team surrounding a patient with more complicated rehabilitation needs.
Poster and podium presentation to the European Conference for physical medicine and rehabilitation (2002)
Passed random selection for Audit by Health Professions Council (2011)
Co-author of "HyDat National Standardised Hydrotherapy data collection project (2009)", presented at World Congress for Physical Therapy (2011)
Completed the Masters level course in Aquatic Rehabilitation as part of the first ever co-hort through University of Hertfordshire (2012)