Charlotte Halder BSc (Hons) MCSP HCPC

Charlotte Halder Bristol Neurophysio

Charlotte qualified from Southampton University School of Physiotherapy in 2000, and has extensive experience of working across inpatient and community settings in Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.

Charlotte is an extremely experienced and skilled Neuro physiotherapist. She takes a holistic and client-centred approach and always goes the extra mile to help achieve the best possible outcome for her clients.

For the last 12 years, Charlotte has worked at a Senior level in the community, working with patients with complex physical disabilities, neurological impairment and long term conditions in their own homes.

Charlotte is passionate about postural management, and uses her extensive experience in this area alongside skills in movement analysis, the Bobath approach and fatigue management to enable clients to optimise their function and achieve meaningful goals.

Charlotte really values working in an interdisciplinary way, and is passionate about improving clients’ comfort and quality of life and ensuring that the best long term outcome may be achieved.

When not at work Charlotte enjoys playing netball, all things musical and spending time with her family.

Charlotte is a member of the Association of Physiotherapists in Neurology (ACPIN).

Some kind words

Our daughter’s renal failure means that she is delayed with standing and walking at 2 and half years of age. We first started seeing Jules a few months back for an intense block of physiotherapy to build the strength and skills needed for her to eventually stand and walk.  It was really important that the physiotherapist specialised in paediatrics and could work alongside the NHS physiotherapists we also see. Jules immediately put us at ease with her friendly and professional approach and has built a good, trusting relationship with our daughter.  She uses play as a way to get our daughter to engage with the therapy.  Our daughter has really enjoyed all her physio sessions to date and we have seen a notable improvement in her movement.  She has begun to pull herself up and can climb up small steps as well as shuffle down stairs in a controlled manner!

Ms S, Bristol