Salina is a passionate and dedicated Physiotherapist with a Masters’ Degree in Paediatric Physiotherapy. Salina completed her Physiotherapy degree at the KAHER Institute of Physiotherapy in India in 2018.
Salina has experience of working with babies, children and young people in a variety of settings; such as special schools, private clinics and hospital in-patient and out-patient departments, including neonatal and paediatric ICU. Salina understands the importance of the care and dedication required in supporting the children under her care, as well as their families/carers. Through her experience and attendance of post-graduate training courses, Salina has developed excellent skills to conduct assessments and formulate protocols for cases with a variety of presentations.
Salina enjoys treating children across all age groups with Musculo-Skeletal and Neurological presentations. Salina has completed training in MAES therapy ‘Movement Analysis & Education Strategies Course for children with Cerebral Palsy and similar neurodevelopmental conditions’. Salina endeavours to make her sessions fun and productive through various approaches, to provide a child with the best chance to thrive. She believes in enabling children to make small positive changes in every session, and supporting them to reach new levels of independence in their day-to-day life. Salina values a holistic approach, and advocates for the involvement of the family, carers, school and wider multi-disciplinary team to support the child’s therapy journey. Salina enjoys advancing her skills on a regular basis so as to keep providing professional and high quality care to the children she treats.
Salina is a member of the Health Care Professions Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.