Catrin qualified as a physiotherapist from Plymouth University in 2009.
Catrin is Specialist Neuro-physiotherapist, having gained the majority of her experience through working in specialist neuro care settings and facilities.
Over the years, Catrin has gained experience with working with case managers and solicitors when working with people with brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and a variety of other neurological conditions.
Catrin has also gained advanced qualifications, in hydrotherapy, acupuncture and brain injury management.
Catrin benefits by bringing together all of her skills and knowledge to treating neurological conditions and Injury alongside a specialist MDT.
Since qualifying in 2006 I have developed a high level of experience working with clients with neurological impairments. I have attended BOBATH training courses along with cognitive rehabilitation workshops to further develop my skills within a neuro setting. I have experience of working in stroke rehabilitation, general
I have experience of working in stroke rehabilitation, general neuro-rehabilitation and neurobehavioral rehabilitation. Working within these areas has given me a vast amount of experience working with clients who vary in the complexity of their needs.
As an independent practitioner I am able to formulate specific treatment plans to meet individual needs and rehabilitation requirements ensuring that interventions are client focused and goal orientated.
Dr. Tracey Ryan-Morgan
Dr. Tracey Ryan-Morgan is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, presently Clinical Director of Talis Consulting Limited, an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a Chartered Scientist.
Tracey is also Registrar and Chief Supervisor to the Clinical Neuropsychology Qualifications Board for the post-doctoral Qualification in Clinical Neuropsychology (Q.i.C.N.). She is a Regional Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Speech and Language Therapist
Louise qualified in 2002 and is a member of RCSLT and HCPC. Since qualifying, she has worked with a variety of paediatric and adult caseloads. Her interest in the acquired brain injury population developed following a student placement in Bath Head Injury Unit.
Following this she has developed clinical expertise within the neuro- rehabilitation field through working in acute, rehabilitation and community settings both within the NHS, private sector and internationally. Louise has a special interest working with cognitive-communication disorders and challenging behaviour.
Her post-graduate dysphagia qualification was accredited by Maggie-Lee Huckabee in the University of Canterbury, New Zealand and she is also a certified Mc Neill Dysphagia Therapy Programme (MDTP) clinician. Louise is an active member of South West Brain Injury CEN for Speech & Language Therapists.