Claire Robertson : Clinical reasoning in PFPS

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claire robertson Claire Robertson qualified in 1994 with a BSc(hons) Physiotherapy. She has since obtained her MSc Physiotherapy, in 2003, and PGCE in 2006. Claire has worked in both the NHS and private practice, and currently splits her time between two posts; she lectured at St George’s University of London/Kingtson University where she was a senior lecturer on the physiotherapy and medical degrees until October 2012, and set up and now lectures on the MSc Exercise for Health. Secondly Claire runs a specialist patellofemoral clinic at Wimbledon Clinics spending an hour per patient. In addition to this she runs a ski service aimed at helping previously injured skiers return to skiing, and is the physiotherapist for the Warren Smith ski academy. Claire has lectured internationally and has several research papers and editorials published in internationally peer-reviewed journals. She is also a reviewer herself for Physiotherapy Research International. She also runs a post-graduate course on patello femoral problems for physiotherapists. In December 2012 Claire was awarded a research grant by the Physiotherapy Research Foundation to investigate the meaning of crepitus to patients with patella femoral pain syndrome.

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