Treatments

babyYoga002Assessments & treatments (under 16’s, must have a legal guardian present, sign and consent to treatments)

Format of sessions;

  • Gain Consent  (GDPR)
  • Baseline Assessment I question, observe and carry out  “hands on” evaluation. (1st session approx 1½ hrs)
  • Identify issues – I discuss and explain these in detail.
  • Treatment plan -I tailor this to lifestyles and agree goals.
  • Achieve potential through a combination of treatment &/or home programmes.

“One off” sessions to re-assess & reassure, blocks of weekly input or ongoing can be arranged.  Following assessment a tailored plan is agreed, provision of exercise & advice sheets to the client/child as needed (may include schools, nurseries, work place or care homes with consent).  I aim to give an understanding & impart knowledge of your condition to give individual’s ownership of their rehabilitation.

I relish complex challenges & believe there is always something to be improved using my eclectic approach.  This includes those with “minor deficits” but find problems with co-ordination, sports, balance, every day activities e.t.c.

Treatment Location

Mostly individual’s are treated in their own home, but may take place in schools, gym or nursing home if appropriate.

 Fees

Initial assessments have a flat rate fee and then subsequent sessions are charged per hour (min 1 hour).  Terms & Conditions relating to fees are included in the Terms & ConditionsClick here  for current fees.

 

 


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    • “I noticed my son never had very good balance and used to fall over a lot. I saw GP and local CDC who assured me nothing wrong. But I knew his balance and gait wasn’t quite right.

      —Charlotte Barker

    • “Pam assisted in treating my 8 year old daughter who has a weakness in her left side due to a stroke when she was 18 months old.

      My daughter was struggling to ride her bike as her left foot kept coming off the pedals and her left  grip wasn’t strong enough to hold the bike straight.After an initial assessment with Pam and then a number of exercises performed and then followed up at home with an exercise plan,

      —Roisin Currie