We are really excited to announce that Sheila Watters will now be working with us at Bristol neurophysio.
We’ve had a hectic but interesting few days up in Glasgow at the Annual Stroke Forum. We were working alongside Ectron showing patients and other health professionals how cutting-edge technologies can we used with great effect in Stroke rehab.
We recently spent 3 days in snowy Glasgow attending the National Stroke forum. We were there with a team from ‘Ectron’: a local Bristol company that are striving to be at the forefront of distributing rehabilitation technology.
In the past week I have been in touch with Ape Action Africa and IDA Africa. They were able to give me progress reports on the animals I had worked with whilst in Cameroon…
I helped to run a Saebo assessment day today at the Nuffield Hospital in Bristol, along with Amy Bean, a neurophysiotherapist from Saebo.
Patients were given the opportunity to visit our clinic and try the Saeboflex and Saeboreach for free.
Frontline magazine, the publication of physiotherapists, has published an article about our work in Cameroon. It reads:
"A Bristol neurophysiotherapist has been using her specialist skills to treat disabled apes in Cameroon.
I spent the afternoon today at Helios Medical Centre in Bristol talking to a group of GPs about how physiotherapy can benefit people with neurological disorders.
The talk was well received and generated some really useful discussion around how physios and GPs can best work together to benefit our patients.
I’ve just returned from Cameroon after an exhausting but incredible three weeks!