Health and Care Professions Council Registered (No. PH117686)
Hi, my name is Laura Szilárdi.
I completed my undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy in 2017 in Hungary. After that, I moved to Sheffield to continue my studies and develop my knowledge in musculoskeletal injuries. I graduated at Sheffield Hallam University doing MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice in 2019, where my knowledge has significantly extended in a wide range of MSK conditions and pain management.
I have a particular interest in the treatment of neck and lower back pain and providing a hands on approach to help elevate pain and stiffness.
I look forward to seeing you in clinic to help with any aches and pains you may have.
Am I in safe hands?
Everyone who uses the title “Physiotherapist” must be a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and should have, amongst other letters, “MCSP” after their name, which indicates that they have undergone the required training and have passed the necessary state recognised examinations.All members of the Chartered Society are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council who regulate the clinical standards and continued professional development of the health care profession.
How does a Chartered Physiotherapist decide on the best form of treatment?
The Chartered Physiotherapist will conduct a thorough examination of the nature and actual site of the problem and relate it to your whole person before making a diagnosis. After consultation with you and, where appropriate, with your GP, the Chartered Physiotherapist will decide upon the best form of treatment that is to be undertaken.
Do I have to be referred by a doctor?
No, not necessarily.You may consult a Chartered Physiotherapist without a doctor’s referral but contact will usually be maintained between your GP and the physiotherapist.Chartered Physiotherapists work in close co-operation with general practitioners in much the same way as consultants do and this relationship is to the ultimate benefit of the patient.