I have worked with the therapists from Neurotherapy Partnership for many years.
They are hardworking, reliable and provide excellent outcomes for neurorehab patients. What they excel at is working as a team, communicating well and always putting the patient’s needs first.
They have excellent clinical skills and I would definitely recommend them to colleagues and referrers.
Dr T L Landham FRCS FRCP
Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine
I know that when you require a physio, OT, or speech therapist that you require them to have a full understanding and skills of their speciality. However you also need them to treat you as a unique person with individual needs and for them to listen to you. It's important to know you have been heard.
Sadly I suffered an injury which required the needs of them all. I feel lucky that I had their support. They provided me with information that was helpful and they also kept me informed about my progress and what to expect next.
It was having these skills that I so needed and now I feel lucky to have had their support. I think my family were also involved appropriately and I know that my husband trusted that they knew what was best for me and could see quickly the progress I was making. I don't feel I could ever write them a stronger testimony.
Having broken her leg at the age of 95 my mother spent 10 weeks in hospital. I was informed that she may never walk again, however she did start walking with the help of a Zimmer frame. As she was no longer able to look after herself we arranged a place in a nursing home.
I was keen that she should continue with her walking and the nursing home put me in touch with Penny Bulley of Neurotherapy Partnership. Penny paid six visits to my mother and as a result of the exercises and her assistance with walking, my mother has improved significantly.
I have nothing but praise for the work done by Penny, her no nonsense but caring approach has helped considerably.
My daughter Fiona suffered a terrible head injury falling from her horse. Fiona was determined to ride again but without the help of Penny Bulley this would have been impossible, as she had to learn to walk and recover from little to no movement in one arm.
Fiona's ambition was to compete in Endurance riding and to jump small showjumps. This was achieved after six months due to the amount of work Penny and her team put in, all of which was done with great kindness and dedication.
In 2008, I became ill with a rare neurological illness called Chronic inflammatory Demyelinating Polyradiculoneuropathy - CIDP for short.
I was totally paralysed from the neck down & unable to care for myself at all. Then relief! - I was sent home & put into the care of Rowan & her team. The joy of being spoken to, and treated as a human again with respect, interest and as an individual! I was asked at every stage what I wanted to achieve & then pushed a little more. My family were given demonstrations of exercises needed to help accomplish those goals.
I have always received compassionate & honest feedback throughout my care to help me cope in the future. I am now able to wash, dress & feed myself as well as drive & seeing friends. My family & I are eternally grateful for everything that has been done to help me back to a fairly normal lifestyle. I sincerely recommend Neurotherapy Partnership - you are safe in their hands!
I am so impressed with the service I have received from Neurotherapy Partnership.
Rowan has helped me to realise my potential with all her support and encouragement. As a result I have grown in confidence, just when I thought I was hitting a dead end.
I have gone from being so unconfident that I wouldn't step out of the house by myself, to fulfilling my life long dream of working abroad for the summer - something I believed would no longer be possible. I now feel "I can stand on my own two feet with confidence", both physically and mentally.