What I treat

crop lochI am a highly specialist neurological physiotherapist in treating children and adults with a range of issues/conditions including:

Balance, “clumsiness”and co-ordination issues
Improving walking and standing
Cerebral  Palsy
Spinal Cord Injury
Stroke/Hemiplegia
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Parkinson’s
Brain Injuries
Other neurological conditions
Sensory problems and perceptual difficulty
Addressing Spasticity (High tone) and weakness (low tone)
Re-education of  “normal” / efficient movement patterns
Facilitating difficulties with every day activities
Developmental delay
Work on fine and gross motor skills

Guidance to family and carer’s to help others

 

I work closely with you to provide an individually tailored programme that aims to maximise your potential, increase your independence and improve your quality of life.  Together we plan exercises and activities that fit around home, school and work life.

My key approach is using a goal centred strategy to maximise the impact that physiotherapy can have on a person’s functional ability no matter what level that maybe.

With your consent, I will liaise with your NHS physiotherapist and other health professionals within the NHS or education systems, to ensure a co-ordinated approach.

For children with physical and developmental problems, neurological physiotherapy should commence as soon as possible and is best provided by a specialist neurological physiotherapist.

Pam Bagot MSc, BSc,  MCSP,   HCPC: PH 45001

 


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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