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Charlotte Pedley MSc(Hons), BSc(Hons), MCSP, HCPC

Senior Lecturer in Physiotherapy


I joined the SHU Physiotherapy team as a lecturer practitioner in 2018, and teach across both undergraduate and post graduate programmes.

My specialism is musculoskeletal practice. I am an active researcher in this field and work clinically in both primary and secondary care settings.

  • About

    I joined the Physiotherapy team at SHU as a lecturer in 2018 on a split post working between Doncaster and Bassetlaw NHS Trust and SHU. I have worked as a Physiotherapist in a variety of clinical settings within the NHS and in professional rugby league and football. My clinical specialism is musculoskeletal practice and paediatrics and I teach across all BSc (Hons) and Pre/ Post Registration MSc Physiotherapy programmes at the University. I also have an active teaching role on interdisciplinary advanced practice modules within the College of Health, Wellbeing and Life Sciences. I am the module leader for the Pain and Advanced MSK Clinical Practice Modules at Level 7.
    Aside from my teaching, I am also an academic adviser to students giving me the opportunity to work closely with students throughout their degree to ensure their wellbeing and study journey is enjoyable.
    I continue to work clinically in an Extended Scope role as a first contact practitioner in primary care and as an adviser for shoulder instability to paediatric and adolescent patients. I am also an active researcher with on going studies relating to musculoskeletal practice.
    Specialist Areas of interest
    Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
    Paediatric Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy
    Developmental conditions
    Shoulder instability
    Advanced Physiotherapy Practice
    Assessment and rehabilitation of the upper limb
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    Research interests
    Shoulder Instability

    Senior Lecturer

  • Teaching

    BSc Physiotherapy

    MSc Pre-reg Physiotherapy

    MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice

    Therapeutic Management of Neuromuscularskeletal

    Pain Reasoning and Management for Advanced MSK Clinical Practice

  • Research

    Ongoing projects relating to musculoskeletal practice

    Supervision of Pre and Post Registration MSc Dissertations

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