Physiotherapists & Occupational Therapists
Specialising in the Treatment of Acquired Brain Injury and other Neurological Conditions
We are a team of Neurological Therapists specialising in Acquired Brain Injuries in Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Cheshire, South and West Yorkshire. We work closely and have strong relationships with Case Managers and Solicitors. We provide accurate costs prior to assessment. We ensure that we offer timely assessments within 2 weeks of the referral and provide a written initial treatment plan within 2 weeks of the assessment. Updated treatment plans with SMART Goals are written every 3 months to ensure Case Managers and Solicitors have all the information and costings they require.
We are a team of dedicated Neurological Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists specialising in the treatment of Acquired Brain Injury. Our Therapists offer home visits throughout Lancashire, Merseyside, West and South Yorkshire. Established in 1998, we have a growing reputation for clinical excellence and a breadth of experience, within our team, enabling us to achieve results.
With our combined experience, our clinicians are competent and proficient in dealing with the complex needs of both adults and children living with acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury, strokes, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease. We work to an individual’s physical and functional potential to make a difference to their ability to move and engage in their home and the wider environment.
We have a fully equipped clinic in Bury, Lancashire but we believe wherever practical rehabilitation works best in your own environment. We work in homes, schools, work places and leisure centres.
Please click on the locations on the map to the right, to find your closest specialist.
We have Specialist Therapists based in Bury, Warrington & Barnsley.
To make an enquiry please click on the map location of your choice.
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