In 2005, Kate developed the physiotherapy delivery of the Complex Trauma service for military personnel returning from conflict with multiple traumas and life-changing injuries. Upon the introduction of the P&O service in 2006, Kate worked closely with the P&O team to develop the military’s clinical service.
Kate worked as the lead physiotherapist in the joint MOD/NHS clinical evaluation of transfemoral osseointegration with military amputees before being awarded the MBE for services to military casualties in 2020.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kate, an expert and innovator in her field, to the Pace Rehabilitation team. Kate brings a wealth of expertise, experience and knowledge, which will enable us to continue expanding and enhancing the range of support we offer to amputees. “As we progress through 2021 and enter the next phase of growth, we will continue to make first-class appointments like this to ensure our patients who have sustained serious limb injuries receive the groundbreaking services and care they have come to expect from Pace Rehabilitation.”
Toby Carlsson, Pace Rehabilitation
“I’m looking forward to joining the highly skilled and experienced clinical team at Pace Rehabilitation. The Pace ethos to deliver positive rehabilitation journeys for patients dealing with limb traumas aligns with my own, and I can’t wait to get started.”
Kate Sherman MBE
Patients are referred to Pace Rehabilitation by law firms, insurers and case managers working with individuals who have sustained major trauma in road traffic accidents or workplace incidents.
Pace Rehabilitation was launched in 2003 by a small team of experienced clinicians who wanted to provide a more integrated approach to the treatment of people who had sustained limb loss.
Our clinic now employs more than 40 staff across three sites in Amersham (Buckinghamshire), Bredbury (Cheshire), and Glasgow.
In 2012, Kate completed her MSc in Rehabilitation Studies at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow and used that work to further direct military clinical provision. Kate is a member of the HCPC and CSP, as well as the ISPO and BACPAR. Kate is part of the military amputee research advisory group for the Centre for Blast Injury Studies (CBIS) at Imperial College, London.
View Kate’s clinical profile HERE.