Mentoring at Ascenti
January marks National Mentoring Month and we have over 30 Clinical Mentors in the physiotherapy network. Being a mentor is a rewarding role where you can support your peers in their development whilst learning new skills.
Everything you need to know about our dual roles
Physiotherapist and Disability Assessor Tahira Batool gives us a glimpse into her working week as we hear how this unique role has allowed her to grow and develop clinical knowledge and skills.
Everything you need to know about being a Virtual Physiotherapist
Here we take you behind the scenes with one of our Physiotherapists Alice, to hear what it's like to work as a remote physiotherapist using our cutting-edge technology from your own home.
Nehir: Emigrating and excelling
Nehir is a Band A3 Physiotherapist who joined Ascenti after moving to the UK for a master's degree.
Jonathan: Our occupational health guru
Jonny joined our business as a graduate and has since worked his way up to a Senior Physiotherapist and Clinical Mentor.
Wendy: Recapture your dream
Wendy started at Ascenti in 2018 and is a Band C3 Physiotherapist and Clinical Mentor.
Kirsty: Pursue your passions
Kirsty joined Ascenti in 2015 and is a Band C3 Physiotherapist and Clinical Mentor in the Yorkshire region.
Patrick: Progressing as a physio
Patrick always knew that he wanted to become a physiotherapist. During his studies at Coventry University, he came across Ascenti on the University’s careers page and was immediately attracted to the company. Here, Patrick talks about the progress he has made so far and how the training and support system at Ascenti has helped him to progress.
Sarah: My journey from Administrator to Manager
Sarah originally joined Ascenti as an Administrator in 2009. Over the years she has helped build teams and now heads up the Customer Service Team based at the Fareham office.