I am a highly qualified Paediatric Physiotherapist in preschool children and complex needs. I have over 18 years of experience in working with babies, children and teenagers. I believe in early intervention and work towards a holistic approach to ensure children reach their maximum potential, using evidence based practice. I have experience working in the NHS and Private hospitals such as Holly House and The Portland Hospital for Women and Children. I commenced working independently in 2007 alongside my NHS post.
In 2011 I resigned from my NHS post and set up my own practice to provide high quality personalised physiotherapy care for families. I have experience of working with case management companies to provide packages of care and advise on present and future physiotherapy needs for children with neurological dysfunction. I have a key interest in aquatic Physiotherapy and run aquatic treatment sessions at a variety of pools. I am extremely motivated, conscientious and committed to on going learning and development.
I trained to be a Physiotherapist for 4 years in Greece. Prior to moving to London I gained experience treating children in a variety of settings where I developed a passion for treating children with neurological disorders.
Since moving to London I have been working in private practice and at a local children’s hospice for the last two years to broaden my professional knowledge. I successfully completed my Physiotherapy Master’s Degree at the University of East London with a special interest in Constraint Induced Movement Therapy.
I am especially interested in treating children with neurological disorders and am experienced in treating children and young people up to age 19. I like to implement new, innovative and fun physiotherapy approaches following evidenced based practice to help every child and young person to achieve their full potential and maximise their well-being, with a family-centred approach.
I have been working with Kids Physio London for one year, following a successful work experience placement whilst doing my A levels.
I am commencing my Physiotherapy degree in September 17 and will continue to work alongside the team to provide support in sessions.
I am passionate about working with children and love the challenge to make therapy seem like play. I have a special interest in aquatic therapy and rehabilitation.
I have a BA honours in early childhood and sociology. Over the last ten years I have worked in a special school for children with profound and multiple learning disabilities aged 3-19 years old. This has given me invaluable experience in supporting therapists to deliver both 1:1 therapy programmes and group sessions.
I have a keen interest in Aquatic therapy and have worked as the assistant aquatic therapy manager playing a key role in delivering children’s aquatic therapy programmes to complement the school curriculum.
I am halliwick trained and have excellent handling skills. I love working as part of a team and seeing children progress.
I am a highly specialised Bobath trained paediatric physiotherapist. I qualified in 2005 and have spent the last 12 years working with children in both the NHS and the private sector. I have experience working with children with a wide range of neurological conditions.
I have a particular interest in working with children who have had surgical interventions including selective dorsal rhizotomy and assessing children for different types of equipment including different types of walking frames, standing frames and sleep systems. I am a firm believer in a child-centred approach with clear goal setting. I enjoy keeping up to date with evidence-based practice.
I am a highly specialised Bobath trained paediatric physiotherapist. I qualified in 1998 and have spent the last 17 years working with children in both the NHS and the private sector in hospitals, child development centres, special/ mainstream schools and in the community. I have a wide range of experience working with children with a variety of paediatric conditions. This has involved the assessment and treatment of babies, children and teenagers aged 0-19 years with developmental delay, neurological conditions, neuromuscular conditions, cerebral palsy, musculoskeletal problems, talipes, torticollis and hypermobility.
I have a special interest in early intervention and working with children with complex needs. I am committed to helping children achieve their full potential and believe in making therapy sessions fun and motivating to assist this. I am enthusiastic and hard working and dedicated to continuing my professional development and keeping up to date with evidence-based practice.
I am a highly specialist paediatric physiotherapist working in both the private and NHS sector. I currently specialise in the assessment and treatment of children with movement disorders who are under 5, although my past clinical experience has included all ages to 18 years. My continued work within the NHS enables me to continue to work with and learn from the wider multidisciplinary team and to keep up to date with current practise. I work closely with and have good relationships with the specialist London hospitals. I started working privately in 2008 and I particularly enjoy the longer term intervention and intensive work, which can be achieved outside of the NHS.
My particular interests are in the assessment and management of children with long term neurological impairments. I bring with me a vast knowledge of experience working with families and the wider multi-disciplinary team. I believe in working in a holistic manner taking into account the wider families needs and commitments in combination with the child. I enjoy working in an innovate manner within a variety of community settings i.e., community soft play sessions, nurseries and leisure centres. I believe in liaising with all professionals involved in the childs care in order to maximise the child’s outcome.