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February 5, 2021 49 min

Today's guest on Physio+10 is Sarah Key, Physiotherapist to the British Royal family, author of several self help spinal books and creator of the Sarah Key Masterclass spinal courses that are taught in Australia and UK.

On today's podcast Sarah talks about ;

  • What she learnt from apprenticing under Gregory Grieve
  • How an Israeli yogi bear inspired her to start treating with her feet and 
  •  The concept of 'crafting your career'
  • Biography:
    Sarah Key is one of the world's leading experts and authors in the treatment of back pain. She is the acclaimed author of several popular books on back pain and has been in print since 1986. Sarah runs breakthrough health retreats on proactive health and back pain treatment in both New South Wales (Australia) and Cornwall (UK). Sarah also teaches graduate physiotherapists in her Levels 1, 2 and 3 'Masterclasses: The Biomechanical Treatment of Back Pain'.  The Theory elements of her teaching are delivered online after which participants get together with her for Practical Adjunct sessions.  These are currently held in the UK and Australia (Sydney & Perth).
    In 2003, Sarah was made a Member of the Victorian Order by the Queen.

    Further Information:
    Masterclass Lumbar Courses

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    Educating aspiring health professionals

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