My first time walking….

Muscle Strengthening

Getting stronger

The goal of any rehabilitation is to restore function to the greatest degree in the shortest time, helping people achieve their maximum potential with minimal risk of injury.

Understanding how tissues respond to physical stress and mechanical loading is very important in a achieving balance between stabilising and promoting recovery and building up strength and function and avoiding detraining or overuse injury.

Rehabilitation after Guillain-Barre Syndrome

2024-05-14T14:39:08+00:00

This little girl is amazing us all at Reach Rehab Physiotherapy.   She developed a rare condition when she was 18 months old, called Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Guillain-Barré syndrome affects your nervous system, causes damage to

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Learning to Walk Again…

2024-04-19T12:05:16+00:00

After suffering a stroke in 2006, Linda was left unable to sit up by herself, stand up by herself and was lifted with a hoist by her carers. She was sat in one chair all day every day unable to move from this, or even re-position herself within this chair. In August 2020 Reach Rehab Physiotherapy became involved. Through weekly visits, orthotic management and lots of hard work, Linda is now standing and walking with a stick! She can even walk out of the front of her house down the step, up the road and back. Successful rehabilitation needs time and focused, graded input (not just the provision of a hoist at home). Reach Rehab Physiotherapy will help to advise and source what is required to progress. This may include specific equipment, with specialist reps, working with orthotists and podiatrists to provide bespoke supports / orthotics, working with local services for spasticity management. Help with supporting carers at home so they work with clients during their progression to ensure there continues to be progression and it becomes engrained within day to day activities. Reach Rehab Physiotherapy began rehab with Linda in her home in August 2020. Linda is now walking outside with a quad-stick, can climb up and down her front door step, walk around the indoors of her property. We have worked closely with the local orthotic department as she had not been provided with suitable support for the ankle affected by the stroke. Linda now has custom made foot wear and an ankle support that keep her foto and ankle on the right position to help with her walking.

Learning to Walk Again…2024-04-19T12:05:16+00:00

Sarah Mann – Physiotherapy Technical Instructor

2022-07-20T15:18:37+00:00

Oscar's & Theo's PMD Journey Testimonial... Pictures write a thousand words and as you will all see, the bond that has been built by this fabulous lady is just so so special and meaningful.

Sarah Mann – Physiotherapy Technical Instructor2022-07-20T15:18:37+00:00

Physiotherapy Technical Instructor

2024-05-14T14:46:11+00:00

Meet Sarah.. Sarah Mann, has over 22 years of experience as a highly skilled Physiotherapy Technical Instructor. Sarah is a huge part of Reach Rehab physiotherapy, providing hands on Physiotherapy to both adults and children.

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Specialist Childrens Physiotherapist

2024-05-14T14:46:57+00:00

MEET ANOTHER OF OUR TEAM...   This is Ben, he is a Specialist Childrens Physiotherapist.   Ben completed a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy at the University of East Anglia (UEA).   He also has an Undergraduate

Specialist Childrens Physiotherapist2024-05-14T14:46:57+00:00

Specialist Adult Neurological Physiotherapist

2024-05-14T14:47:48+00:00

MEET THE TEAM  Welcome Lucy...   Lucy Redman has joined Reach Rehab Physiotherapy team.    She is a highly specialist and experienced adult neurological physiotherapist. Her interest in neurology started early on in her career

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ON-LINE PHYSIOTHERAPY

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  Reach Rehab can provide  On-line (Virtual) Physiotherapy sessions as an alternative to face to face. Why have a Virtual Session? Face to face physiotherapy is always the gold standard in my opinion.  However there

ON-LINE PHYSIOTHERAPY2024-05-14T14:51:59+00:00
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