Natalie Ridler

Natalie Ridler

Physiotherapy Lecturer at Cardiff University.
Darlithydd Ffisiotherapy yn Prifysgol Caerdydd.


Latest posts

Preparing for Physiotherapy University Interviews

Posted on 10 January 2019 by Natalie Ridler

The final UCAS application deadline for courses beginning September 2019 is approaching. On the 15th January, Universities will have the job of reviewing candidates and offering places and interviews. Those that applied prior to October 15 2018 may have already had interviews and may have already been offered places! Not all university courses require that
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Cardiff University School of Healthcare Sciences launch new ‘Making a Difference’ campaign

Posted on 12 December 2018 by Natalie Ridler

The new ‘Making a difference’ campaign can help you take your first steps towards choosing a career and becoming a healthcare hero. Learn about the various healthcare degrees available from Cardiff University and hear from real students, including Rhys who is passionate about his Physiotherapy studies. “I had the experience in learning how to get
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Meet Ffiz the Physiotherapist!

Posted on 26 June 2018 by Natalie Ridler

Last week at the Urdd Eisteddfod in Builth Wells, Ffiz made his first public appearance with us. Ffiz is the mascot of our physiotherapy team here at Physiotherapy Careers. His white polo shirt with blue collar and sleeves represents his status as a chartered physiotherapist- a uniform you’ll commonly see worn by working physiotherapists in
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Applying to university; GCSE & A Level options.

Posted on 25 April 2018 by Natalie Ridler

To read this in Welsh, please click the ‘Cymraeg’ Tab at the top of the screen. In previous posts we have already explored the physiotherapy role, and finding physiotherapy work experience. This post will look into GCSE, A level and other qualifications that will help you achieve a university place studying physiotherapy at undergraduate (BSc)
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Being a Physiotherapist: What will I do?

Posted on 17 April 2018 by Natalie Ridler

To read this in welsh, please click the ‘ Cymraeg’ Tab at the top of the screen. It’s an exciting time to work as a Physiotherapist. Your role is full of challenges but you’ll find it rewarding and most of all- fun! As a healthcare professional, you could work in many different environments. Most commonly Physiotherapists
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