restore your confidence and make movement easier
We are totally committed to providing the highest possible quality neurological physiotherapy treatment. Our team believe everyone deserves the best possible care. We treat everyone as an individual, giving reassurance, guidance and support. Our passion is to help everyone, no matter how challenged or how old. Our goal is to help you move around as easily, freely and confidently as possible.
We have nearly twenty years’ experience working with people who have had strokes and would like to improve their strength and confidence in moving around in all sorts of different situations. If you or a family member has recently had a stroke we often work alongside NHS physiotherapists on optimising recovery. Early intense neurological physiotherapy after a stroke is most effective. At heads up! we’ll work with you on exactly what is important to you – whatever that may be.
have you or anyone you know just had a stroke? have you just received a diagnosis of a neurological condition e.g. Parkinson’s?
If you know of anyone who has had a stroke or have had a stroke yourself, you may be waiting for NHS treatment to begin after you have been discharged from hospital.
We see people at every different stage of recovery after a stroke or diagnosis of a neurological condition. Often after discharge from hospital there is a period of time before the community rehabilitation services start. We can fill this gap. We are used to working alongside colleagues in the NHS and will stay in close communication with them, where appropriate to ensure we are working towards the same goals.
heads up! have been providing clinical specialist hands on neurological physiotherapy treatment for twenty years, not only for people with stroke but with a wide variety of conditions affecting movement and balance. Examples of conditions that we treat are Parkinson’s, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, vestibular and balance disorders, Guillian Barre syndrome as well as people recovering from multiple trauma.
As we offer one hour treatment sessions we always have the time to listen to your story and discuss any concerns or questions you may have.
Every treatment session is tailored to you as an individual and will address the things that you want to work towards.
We pride ourselves in offering not only excellent hands on specific neurological physiotherapy treatment but also support and guidance aimed at helping relatives and carers do the best possible job.
We have three clinic locations in Surrey, Sussex, Kent, and Kingston, South West London or we may be able to come and see you at home. Enquire today and speak to one of our expert neurological physiotherapists about how we can help you.
“As lead consultant neurologist at Epsom and St. Helier Hospital, St. George’s Hospital and The Royal Marsden Hospital, I have referred patients to heads up! over the last 11 years. In my experience they provide an efficient, excellent and highly skilled service. Feedback from my patients is consistently positive.”
Dr Paul Hart – Consultant Neurologist
Recently I looked through the feedback forms we received from the people who have neurological physiotherapy with heads up!
What I was struck by was the positivity and generosity of the feedback.
People reported the most positive aspects of being treated by our clinical specialist neurological physiotherapists were:
“the feeling of being supported, given confidence and hope, receiving significant pain relief from skilled physio in a caring atmosphere.”
“being treated by a physiotherapist who understands my condition, the listening and understanding, support, encouragement and motivation provided by the high quality physiotherapists.”
“excellent service from start to finish”
We are delighted to have received such enthusiastic and positive comments. It is a real privilege to work with people with movement and balance challenges and to have the time and space to really listen to their stories and tailor treatment for them personally.
Andrew Marr – My Brain and Me
If you missed Andrew Marr’s recent documentary on his Stroke recovery, you can still catch it here on BBC iPlayer (until 19th March 2017). My Brain and Me