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Burns survivor Catrin Pugh becomes physio for Katie Piper charity
Burns survivor Catrin Pugh becomes physio for Katie Piper charity

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A woman who was given a one in 1,000 chance of survival following a coach crash has become a physiotherapist to help other burns survivors.

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Catrin Pugh, from Wrexham, was left with 96% burns after the accident in the French Alps in 2013.

She now works for the Katie Piper Foundation charity, helping burns survivors and those with visible scars.

Catrin said: "I absolutely love my job. It's where I wanted to be and where I thought I'd be in years to come."

Catrin graduated from university last year and began her new post as in-house physiotherapist for the charity in October.

During the coronavirus restrictions much of her work involved online consultations but now she is able to treat people in person.

She generally has a caseload of 16 patients.

Catrin works at the charity's rehabilitation centre on Merseyside, where survivors can spend several days accessing a range of therapies including emotional as well as physical support.

Catrin spent eight months in hospital and had over 200 operations.

She hopes her experience can reassure others who are beginning their recoveries.


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