The Rehab Physio aims to optimise a child's function as they grow, irrespective of their physical condition. It takes into consideration the impact of growth and growth spurts on the child and uses this knowledge to treat each child accordingly.
We use a mixture of rehabilitation based games and incentive charts to fully engage the child in their therapy.
We aim to achieve this by:
- Assisting the child to achieve their functional goals
- Working in partnership with families to educate and empower them to be the best they can be
- Acknowledging the changing needs of families and individuals along the way
- Home visits
- School service
- Clinic based
- One to one sessions
- Aquatic physiotherapy
- Lycra splinting clinic
- Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES)
We are members of The Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists (APCP) which is a clinical interest group of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).
Why The Rehab Physio?
We appreciate that every child has their own personality, therefore we tailor each treatment programme to not only suit their physical condition but also to suit who they are. We are flexible and use a mixture of rehabilitation based games and incentive charts to fully engage the child in their therapy so that they can make the most of their sessions.
Physiotherapists at The Rehab Physio are specialists in assessing and measuring for the optimal lycra garments to suit your or your child’s needs. Lycra garments are used to provide support and stability to an area of the body to enhance normal movement.
Select the lycra garment you are
- Body suit
- Providing core stability and improve control of limbs in an individual with low tone.
- Leggings & shorts
- Providing support around the trunk and pelvis.
- Encouraging functional movement at the ankle.
- Allowing normal movement of the upper limb.
- Providing stability for the upper trunk and shoulder girdle.
Lycra clothing has shown to be beneficial in improving stability, posture, dynamic balance and muscle tone when combined with active specialist physiotherapy treatment. They are an aid to assist movement rather than an alternative to treatment. Conditions which may benefit from these aids are:
- Cerebral palsy
- Multiple sclerosis
- Muscular dystrophy
- Spinal injury
- Traumatic brain injury