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Adam 5
Wednesday 3rd July @ 10:20am

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 functional ability is gradually lost, Adam does not let this get him down in fact he has such a positive outlook and shows such great determination to improve he really is a pleasure to work...MORE

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Wednesday 5th June @ 7:40pm

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 Cerebral Palsy causing weakness in her legs and making walking very difficult.In 2012 Evie underwent a huge operation, a http://www.scope.org.uk/advice-and-support/selective-dor...MORE

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Friday 5th April @ 9:51am

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 as a team, reflect on our working practises and think about our individual client's needs and how we could help the even more.We trialled various pieces of equipment from walkers to chairs to...MORE

Running School 2019
Tuesday 5th March @ 8:02pm

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. So who are The Running School? The Running School teaches movement and teaches people of all ages and abilities to move better and move faster. What is DMS? DMS is a training and...MORE

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Wednesday 6th February @ 3:57pm

A day in the life of a Physiotherapy Assistant by Tracey ToplassAs 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 day begins with a trip to the Michelin Athletic Club in the morning — where I am greeted by the happy chaps on the reception desk. Setting up the therapy...MORE

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Friday 4th January @ 3:05pm

Positive Steps Physiotherapy has had a great year in 2018, attending many exciting and innovative courses, growing as a team and ultimately helping more and more people in Staffordshire, Shropshire and Cheshire achieve their rehabilitation goals. The positive impact on them and us has been huge so thank you to everyone that has been part of our journey so far!2019 is already looking to be even better still. Our owner is heading off on a business course at the end of January and then onto 2...MORE

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Friday 7th December @ 2:21pm

And then there were THREE!Positive Steps continues to go from strength to strength helping more and more people achieve their individual rehabilitation goals. Tracey Toplass has recently joined the team as a Physiotherapy Assistant and alongside Louise Hudson they deliver personalised physiotherapy programmes under the watchful eye of Specialist Physiotherapist and Owner Lorna Saunders.Tracey and Louise are both a true asset to the team ensuring everyone they work with has fun whilst...MORE

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Wednesday 7th November @ 8:54am

We are delighted that our team continues to grow and we can introduce Tracey Toplass, our new team member. Tracey has joined Positive Steps Physiotherapy as a Physiotherapy Assistant. Tracey will deliver personalised rehabilitation programmes that have been specifically designed for each client by our Specialist Neurological and Paediatric Physiotherapist.Tracey will be an amazing asset to our team as she is fun, caring and passionate about helping others! Tracey is determined to ensure...MORE

BizMums
Thursday 4th October @ 9:14am

We are very excited to be part of this group!So what exactly is BizMums.....'BizMums is a supportive community of self employed Mums who inspire and motivate others'.When our owner Lorna Saunders was trying to juggle working for the NHS and looking after 2 small children she knew that she had to make a change. After taking the huge step of leaving the security of employment within the NHS she gradually built up a case load of people that she could help with individualised and...MORE

RMP
Wednesday 12th September @ 2:02pm

At Positive Steps Physiotherapy we are always trying to enhance and improve the services that we offer our clients. That's why we have invested in Rehab My Patient.After a full initial Physiotherapy assessment the treatment options will be discussed with you. If a home exercise programme is the best approach then an individual and personalised programme will be designed for you by our Highly Specialised Physiotherapist. The layout and design ensures...MORE

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Tuesday 7th August @ 9:10am

We are delighted to introduce Louise Hudson, our new team member. Louise has joined Positive Steps Physiotherapy as a Physiotherapy Assistant. Louise will deliver personalised rehabilitation programmes that have been specifically designed for each client by our Specialist Neurological and Paediatric Physiotherapist.Louise is a fantastic addition to our team as she is caring, dedicated and is determined to make all her treatment fun and ensure our clients achieve as much as possible during...MORE

Bobath
Monday 9th July @ 9:18am

We were extremely lucky to attend The Bobath Centre in London last month, a centre of excellence treating children with Cerebral Palsy, many of whom travel miles to attend. We worked with Dr Virginia Wright a Physiotherapist and Clinical Scientist from Toronto in Canada to learn all about The Challenge observational measure for advanced gross motor skills.Many of the children and young people we see have abilities and skills that are not fully captured by motor measures that are currently...MORE

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