Clare Burton


How long have you worked at Therapy Stars?

14 months.

Relevant Industry Experience:

21 years as a qualified physiotherapist.

Relevant Industry Accomplishments:

  • Rehabilitating victims of the 7/7 bombing attacks and injured military personnel at Headley court DMRC.
  • Being a clinical lead physiotherapist in a paediatric NHS Physiotherapy team.
  • Becoming part of the therapy stars team and contributing to the development of the service.

Relevant Industry Qualifications:

BSc Hons Physiotherapy at Sheffield Hallam University and a Post Graduate Certificate Rehabilitation University of Bradford.

What do you enjoy about your job?

Working with patients and families, providing advice, support and treatment and contributing to a patients, development and improvement, whilst having fun along the way.

What do you enjoy about working for Therapy Stars?

Being part of a forward thinking and dynamic team passionate in providing the best service possible.

What are your interests outside of work?

Spending time with family and friends, yoga, dance, musical theatre and walking in the Shropshire country side.

If you weren’t in your current job role/career, what would you be?

A Yoga and Pilates instructor.

What is your hidden talent?

I was part of the largest Charleston in the world which earned us an official world record.

Brief Biography:

Clare qualified as a physiotherapist from Sheffield Hallam University in 2000, she has spent the last 9 years working in the field of paediatrics. Clare has experience working with children from birth to nineteen with a wide variety of conditions including neurological, developmental, musculoskeletal and respiratory conditions.

She has experience of working in outpatient clinics, the paediatric ward, client’s homes and educational settings. She also has experience of working with a wide variety of other professional services involved in a child’s care and values a collaborative approach to ensure the best possible outcome for the child.

Clare enjoys working with children and ensures she tailors her treatment to meet the needs of each child as an individual. Clare adopts an open and friendly, yet professional approach to clients and their families in order to develop good two-way communication and ensure their wishes, needs and goals are heard and at the centre of physiotherapy input.
I have loved seeing Therapy Stars grow and develop and in January 2019 I opened our clinic space in Penley. Our latest new service has been our Hydrotherapy service which was launched in June 2021.