Clinical roles & teams

From Team GB athletes to office workers, our physios treat a variety of patients at over 400 clinics nationwide.

As an Ascenti Physiotherapist you will treat a variety of patients across different clinic sites.

This brings with it the opportunity for you to add variation to your working life and to broaden your clinical experience.

Your work may include treating:

  • Medico-legal patients referred to us following an accident or injury
  • Patients referred to us by the NHS
  • Private patients who are covering the cost of treatment themselves or through insurance
  • Occupational health patients where employers are covering the cost of the treatment

Our regional teams

We divide our physiotherapists into regional teams and each is led by one of our Network Managers, who are also Senior Physiotherapists.

You will work independently, but will have plenty of support and will meet others at mentoring sessions and regional events.

We also have virtual learning and online opportunities for you to connect with peers and the wider business.

Static roles

This is a full-time, permanent position where you will work in set clinics and locations.

You will likely work at two or three different clinic sites each week.

This might mean working at a clinic where you see NHS patients one day and then at a business providing onsite physiotherapy to employees the next.

Locum roles

This is a full-time, permanent position with no set clinic locations.

You will be required to cover annual leave and sickness within a geographical region.

Clinical mentoring

Physiotherapists who have at least 36 months' post-graduate MSK experience in the UK are eligible to become Clinical Mentors.

As a Clinical Mentor at Ascenti, you will spend part of your time treating your own clinical caseload of patients, while also supporting the development of junior physiotherapists. 

This is the natural progression for many physiotherapists looking to develop new skills and take the next step in their career.

Our Clinical Mentors help deliver our award-winning clinical training development programme to our national network of physiotherapists, and work closely alongside our Network Managers, Regional Development Leads and Clinical Development Team. 

Contributing towards the professional development of your peers is an extremely rewarding way to diversify your job role and gain new skills and experience.

Split roles

Alongside physiotherapy we also deliver health assessment services on behalf of the government and local authorities.

In one of our split roles you will work some days as a Physiotherapist and other days as a Disability Analyst or Functional Assessor. 

This is a unique offering which will allow you to grow and develop your clinical knowledge, as well as giving you a wide variety of work and experience.

We will provide you with the training that you need to become a Disability Analyst or Functional Assessor.

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