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We are a private neuro-physiotherapy out-patient practice and offer neuro-physiotherapy treatment at our following clinics (All our clinics are wheelchair accessible and there is ample free parking adjacent to each clinic).
Newdigate, near Dorking in Surrey, RH5 5EE Manor Clinic in Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1XJ New Victoria Hospital in Kingston upon Thames, KT2 7EG
If you would like to go ahead with making an initial consultation appointment please do not hesitate to contact me via this email or to arrange for one of our clinical specialist neurological physiotherapists to call you back please ring us on 01306 888171 or provide us with a contact number.
All heads up! therapists are highly experienced in specialist neurological physiotherapy treatment of all neurological conditions. Our therapists are all HCPC registered and members of the Chartered Society for Physiotherapists (CSP).
At heads up! we are committed to providing the highest possible quality of care and pride ourselves on a tailored, flexible and realistic approach. As a neurological physiotherapy practice, we help people with neurological problems to live easier and more enjoyable lives by improving their quality of movement.
We only treat adults with neurological conditions which include:
Strokes, Parkinson’s, Multiple sclerosis, Vestibular and balance problems, Spinal cord injuries, Head injuries, Adult cerebral palsy and Guillan Barre syndrome, Loss of confidence with walking , elderly care and all other neurological conditions.
People with any degree of movement and balance difficulties will benefit from our specialist neurological physiotherapy treatment. Our treatment is based upon the potential for recovery and together with the individual and their family and carers we identify problem areas and devise a programme of how to work towards obtaining the best functional outcome. The treatment is specifically tailored to each person’s aims and goals. We assess movement and balance and work, using a “hands on” approach, to improve flexibility, alignment, control, strength and restore confidence in order to improve movement control and maximise independence.
Areas of interest
Spinal Cord Injuries
Adult cerebral palsy
Guillain Barre syndrome
All other Neurological Conditions