Moffat, Fiona

Fiona Moffat

Physiotherapy Lecturer and PhD student
Fiona Moffat is a lecturer in Physiotherapy and practising physiotherapist. She graduated in Glasgow and worked there briefly before moving to work in London where she specialised in the area of Neurorehabilitation. She worked at both the Royal Free Hospital and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery before moving to work on a community reintegration project for people following head injury. She then worked in the area of stroke rehabilitation in Forth Valley and became a physiotherapy lecturer, following completion of an MSc Physiotherapy from Queen Margaret University in 2001.

Fiona is currently the Programme Leader for the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy programme and teaches on the Neurorehabilitation modules for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. She continues her practice on an evening basis with Revive MS Support in Glasgow and is a steering group member for the Glasgow Managed Clinical Network for Stroke. She is currently undertaking PhD study exploring factors affecting exercise participation for people with Multiple Sclerosis and is using mixed methodology.