We have had to make the incredibly difficult decision to stop ALL face to face contacts for the forseeable future. This has been an incredibly difficult decision but one that we know is the right one to keep our clients, their families and our families safe. This is a truly unprecedented time and a
In light of the current Coronavirus situation, we wanted to reassure new and existing clients. We at Positive Steps Physiotherapy are taking all necessary hygiene precautions when making visits and will rearrange a visit if one of our team members are unwell. Please contact us prior to your session
Louise Hudson one of our fabulous Physiotherapy Asssitants shares a real success story with us, sit back, relax and have a read.... 'Over my personal and working life, I have encountered many children and adults who have often faced so many difficulties with determination, humour and positivity.
Positive Steps is very pleased to welcome another Specialist Physiotherapist to the team! Claire Walker brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience in Children's physiotherapy as well as in Adult Rehabilitation. Claire loves her role as a Physiotherapist and is passionate about making
Adam is a fiercely independent and inspirational gent. Adam is 38 years old and has been diagnosed with Ataxia Telengiectasia, AT for short. AT is an auto immune condition that causes deteriorating balance, stability and strength over a period of years. As a result
There are so many stories of overcoming challenges that we could share....and we plan to. Firstly let us introduce Evie, her story sums up WHY we do what we do perfectly! Evie is a strong and determined 12 year old young lady who has http://www.scope.org.uk/advice-and-support/cerebral-palsy/.11(Cerebral
The Positive Steps Team made a road trip to Naidex 2019 last week at the NEC in Birmingham. Naidex is the number 1 event for homecare, disability and rehabilitation needs, showcasing what equipment and organisations are out there to help. It was a great chance to catch up
Lorna recently attended 2 separate courses in London organised by the inspirational Mike Antoniades who founded The Running School . Lorna has been using the concept of Dynamic Movement Skills (DMS) for approximately 18 months and has been astounded by the results.
A day in the life of a Physiotherapy Assistant by Tracey Toplass As the title implies my role within the Positive Steps Physiotherapy Team is to assist Lorna Saunders – "The Boss" as she is affectionately known – with our lovely clients to which she has entrusted into my care. A typical