New OT and Trusted Assessor – Shaun Masters

Theraposture is delighted to announce the appointment of Occupational Therapist Shaun Masters to its team of Trusted Assessors

Qualified as an OT since 2011, Shaun brings a wealth of clinical knowledge to Theraposture and its clients.

Shaun Masters, OT

Before joining our Wiltshire-based specialist, Shaun was responsible for delivering community-based re-enablement in the public sector.

Local Authorities and residents in Hampshire, Berkshire and Dorset all benefitted from his diligent and pro-active approach to occupational improvement. Shaun has expertise in moving and handling in both adult and paediatric sectors so is ideally qualified for a Trusted Assessor role.

Based in Winchester, Shaun is now responsible for serving healthcare and consumer clients in Southwest England, South and Central Wales.



Shaun comments:

“I am thoroughly enjoying my new role at Theraposture. As I have been an OT forseveral years, I have already regularly recommended Theraposture products as they always provide positive outcomes. Superior quality, reliability and design all combine to provide better clinical care, comfort and safety so independence and occupational performance is maximised. The care cost savings achieved by Theraposture assistive beds, particularly the range of Rotoflex Turning Beds, are significant and represent the most appropriate intervention for safer recumbent-to-standing transfers.”

Shaun adds:

“The Theraposture team and existing clients have all been very welcoming to me. My ethos will be to make a clear difference to individuals seeking greater independent mobility whilst delivering educational material to assist fellow peers. Making a difference to peoples’ lives is why I trained to be an OT and continues to motivate me every day. Now part of the highly respected Theraposture team, I can offer clients comprehensive advice from both a product and clinical point of view.”

Outside of work

Shaun is an avid downhill mountain biker and through family experience of disability, he runs to raise funds for charities such as Macmillan and Spinal Research.
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