Katie Kay is a Lecturer in Physiotherapy, teaching on the Physiotherapy undergraduate programme. Katie specialises in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Sports physiotherapy.
Katie joined Hallam in 2011 as a teaching assistant in the Physiotherapy team here at Sheffield Hallam University and worked clinically in community care services and sports. Katie now lecture's within the Physiotherapy Team, teaching predominately on the undergraduate course with specialist areas of taping in sports and soft tissue management at postgraduate.
Katie currently works as a clinician within the SHU Physiotherapy clinic, working with Health and Wellbeing to promote staff Wellbeing and services within the university and our talent athletes. Katie leads on mandatory training for both undergraduate and postgraduate students and supports the Department of Allied Health with annual staff training updates in Intermediate Life Support (ILS).
Acute Injury Management
Health And Wellbeing
Intermediate Life Support Instructor (ILSi) for the Resuscitation Council
Clinical- currently working at the Sheffield Hallam University Physiotherapy Clinic
Sports Physiotherapy - working locally for a RFU club as lead first aider and Physiotherapist