Mr Sean Prescott
Graduated from Queen Margaret University in 2000 and travelled abroad to work in Auckland City Hospital, the largest public hospital in New Zealand. He worked there for 5 years specialising in older peoples health and rehabilitation of people with neurological conditions such as stroke, spinal surgery, head injury Parkinsons disease and Guillaine-Barre syndrome. After his time in New Zealand, Sean spent four years working at the Wellington Hospital in London. In this post, Sean continued to specialise in neurological rehabilitation and care following elective orthopaedic surgery. In 2009/2010 Sean completed a Masters degree in physical activity interventions for health, musculoskeletal practice, and research. Highly motivated to develop as a Physiotherapist and find better ways to support people living with long-term conditions Sean continued on to a course of doctoral research. In 2015 he successfully completed a PhD exploring the effects of physical activity on arterial health, physical function and quality of life. Findings from his research have been presented at conferences in the UK and Europe.